Stanley Cup Finals Tickets
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Lightning-Blackhawks Set to Clash in Stanley Cup Finals 2015
The string of never-before-seen Stanley Cup Finals matchups will continue this year with 2015’s final two teams, the Tampa Bay Lightning of the Eastern Conference and Chicago Blackhawks representing the Western Conference. The Lightning were victorious in their first and only Stanley Cup Finals appearance in 2004, while the Blackhawks have won it all twice since 2010. The squads split two games during the regular season, with each winning its respective home game. For the year, the Lightning was the top offensive team, while the Blackhawks were ranked second for defense, and both are regarded for their speed and mobility on the ice. Postseason leaders for Tampa Bay include Tyler Johnson (21 points, 12 goals) and Nikita Kucherov (19 points, 9 goals), while Chicago has been paced by its usual suspects of Patrick Kane (20 points, 10 goals), Jonathan Toews (18 points, 9 goals), and Duncan Keith (18 points, 16 assists).
With 108 points to the Blackhawks’ 102, the Lightning will enjoy home-ice advantage throughout the best-of-seven series, though Tampa Bay has collected several of its biggest playoff wins on the road thus far. Amalie Arena will host Games 1 (June 3) and 2 (June 6) before the Stanley Cup Final moves to the United Center for Games 3 (June 8) and 4 (June 10). If necessary, Game 5 in Tampa Bay would take place on June 13, followed by Game 6 in Chicago (June 15), and a decisive Game 7 would be on June 17 at Amalie Arena.