Nazem Kadri brought his ribs to the Avalanche Stanley Cup parade.
In addition to scoring a championship clinch goal in Game 6, Kadori has now won the infamous Game 4 winner in overtime. Subsequent replays revealed that there were too many men on the ice inColorado.
With that in mind, Kadri and various members of his family wore shirts with the words "Too many men" on Thursday's team parade.
Kadori received considerable applause from the faithful people of Denver on a day that looked beautiful for the festival.
It was a very busy postseason for Kadori. He was involved in a controversial clash with Jordan Binnington, where Bruce's goalkeeper was knocked out for the series — and later threw a water bottle forward. Kadori's wife shared some threatening and racist messagessent to her in the following days.
After a Game 3 crosscheck by Oilers winger Evander Kane, he was also knocked out of the Western Conference Finals. Kadori was able to play his broken hand and return to the cup final.
"Riding a roller coaster like this in terms of emotions," he said. Said the sports net after Game 6. "Obviously I broke my hand and I think it's over. I'm back, I couldn't even tie my skates, so I tied my skates before every match It appeared on the train. Because it's love anyway. Because it's love anyway. "
Finally, the Stanley Cup is engraved with Kadori's name, and, who becomes a free agent, has a message to the fans. There was.
"I love you. That's all I have to say," Kadri said after the finale. "I had supporters in my corner from day one and didn't shake. For everyone who thought I was responsible in the playoffs, you could kiss my ass. You can. "
Avalanche helps the competition in the NHL playoffs Promoted. Beyond the two games that lost Lightning in the final, they lost only the other two games combined in the first three rounds.