There is no doubt that what Tampa Bay Lightning accomplishes is nothing short of historic. In the era of salary caps, making it to three Stanley Cup Finals in a row, and possibly winning all of those finals, is an incredible feat.
If we include the 2018-2019 season, during which they won 62 regular season games, a record, then this is four legendary years in a row.
In the last two editions, one player who has found himself frustrated by Lightning’s successes is Corey Berry. The latter, however, perfectly executed the English saying “If you can’t beat them, join them”He signed with them and now finds himself in the final with Tampa.
Meanwhile, Perry accomplished a feat once achieved only in NHL history, reaching the Stanley Cup Finals three years in a row with three different teams.
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The only other player to have achieved this is Marianne Hessa. The latter was playing with the Penguins in 2008 when they lost in the finals to the Red Wings. He then joined Detroit the following year to lose to the Penguins. Hausa finally tasted champagne in 2010 when he joined the Black Hawks and they defeated the Flyers.
As was the case with the Slovak, will it be Perry’s third time?
At least he can take comfort in knowing that he actually won the Stanley Cup with the Ducks in 2007. However, adding another title would cement his reputation as one of the great winners of his generation.
In fact, he is already counting on a gold medal with Canada at the Hockey World Cup (2016), the World Championships (2016), the Olympic Games (2010 and 2014), as well as the U-20 World Championships. He also won the Anniversary Cup with the London Knights in 2005.
In any case, it comes as no surprise that Perry is very successful wherever he goes. He’s the kind of veteran any team would love to be. With a salary of only $1 million for another year, Julian Presboa should be very proud of his accomplishment.
However, in Montreal, many must regret not retaining the services of veterans…
But since Mark Bergiveen did not want to be offered a multi-year contract, the project never materialized → https://t.co/YIUzX0TqoM
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