Pat Maroon wrote a page of National Hockey League history Monday night in Edmonton.
The veteran Tampa Bay Lightning forward has become only the third player since 1967-68, the first season in the modern NHL era, to win the Stanley Cup two years in a row with two different teams.
The ex-member of the St. Louis Blues, champions last year, joined Cory Stillman and Claude Lemieux.
Stillman inscribed his name on the famous trophy in 2004 with the Lightning, before repeating the feat in 2006 with the Carolina Hurricanes. Remember that the cup was not awarded in 2005 due to a lockout.
Lemieux is the first player to have accomplished this feat of arms. He won the cup in his first season with the Colorado Avalanche in 1996, after helping the New Jersey Devils take top honors the year before.
Prior to 1968, five other players won the Stanley Cup two years in a row with two different clubs.
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