Lightning oust Rangers in Game 6, advance to Stanley Cup Final against Avalanche

Steven Stamkos scored two goals, and the double cross reigning champ Tampa Bay Lightning are gone to the Stanley Cup Final for the third successive year 

subsequent to beating the New York Rangers 2-1 in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference last Saturday night.

Stamkos put the Lightning ahead for good in the third period only 21 seconds after New York's Frank Vatrano scored

on the strategic maneuver with the Tampa Bay commander in the punishment box for holding.

Nikita Kucherov and Ondrej Palat helped on the victor with 6½ minutes left, with the puck redirecting off Stamkos'

Andrei Vasilevskiy wrapped up with 20 puts something aside for the Lightning, who won the series 4-2 

running through four straight triumphs subsequent to losing the initial two games out and about

to progress to the Stanley Cup Final against the Colorado Avalanche. Game 1 is Wednesday night in Denver.

The Lightning are the principal group to show up in the Cup Final since Edmonton did it from 1983 to 1985.

They are attempting to turn into the first to bring home three straight titles since the New York Islanders guaranteed four in succession from 1980 to 1983.