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NHL fans watching Game 6 of theStanley Cup Finalsbetween Colorado Avalanche and Tampa Bay Lightning wondered where the post-goal Patrick Maroon penalty call was. rice field.
When Arture Relay Konen raised Avalanche to 2-1 in the second period, Maroon complained thatColorado Defense Joshmansonwas not penalized. felt. Maroon then addressed his problem to Manson with a blatant slash that broke his stick.
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Colorado Avalanche's Josh Manson # 42 will be playing Tampa Bay Lightning during the second phase of Game 6. Collide with Patrick Maroon # 14. The 2022 NHL Stanley Cup Finals at the Amalie Arena on June 26, 2022 in Tampa, Florida. (Mike Carlson / Getty Images)
Authorities continued the game without penalizing Maroon, confusing those who participated in the game.
Colorado has scored one goal since the eighth postseason in Lekonen. It gave Avalanche hope to conclude the series, with the assistance of Manson and Nathan McKinnon.
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Tampa Bay Lightning's Patrick Maroon # 14 reacts after a second period call to Game 6's Tampa Bay Lightning in 2022 2022 NHL Stanley Cup final at Amalie Arena on June 26, 2014 in Tampa, Florida. (Mike Carlson / Getty Images)
McKinnon assisted Gabriel Landescog and Bo Byram with an equalizer in the second period at 1:54. I recorded it. It was the 13th season of McKinnon.
Tampa Bay first boarded the board with a goal of Stephen Stemkos 3:48. Stemkos scored his eleventh goal thanks to a puck that bounced in front of Colorado goalkeeper Darcy Kaempfer.
At the end of the second period,Tampa Bay was hangingby threads.
Tampa Bay Lightning Patrick Maroon # 14 is Tampa, Florida Call for the second period of the match against Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 6 of the 2022 NHL Stanley Cup Final at Amalie Arena on June 26, 2022. (Mike Carlson / Getty Images)
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Lightning won the titles of the last two Stanley Cups, but their run was third in life support.
Ryan Gaydos is a sports editor for Fox News and Fox Business. You can send story tips to Ryan.Gaydos@fox.com.