Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day: June 8th

NHL Metro Division

It’s Finally Friday!! The hockey season has come to an end as the Washington Capitals are Stanley Cup Champions. Washington defeated Vegas in five games in a thrilling game Thursday night. Here is the top hockey news for the day for Friday, June 8th. Today’s stories include; Washington finally does it, Ovechkin wins Conn Smythe Trophy, Alex Ovechkin long waits ends the right way, Vegas magical season ends in defeat, Lars Eller gives Caps a thrilling ending, Barry Trotz sees Future with Washington, Calder Cup Final tied up, and Whats up with Lou Lamoriello

Top hockey news for Friday, June 8th

For the first time in franchise history, the Washington Capitals are Stanley Cup Champions

Playing one of the best seasons of his career Alex Ovechkin capped his season by winning the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP

After 13 long seasons and much heartbreak, Alex Ovechkin can be called a Stanley Cup Champion.

Despite losing in the Stanley Cup Final, the Vegas Golden Knights had a magical season

Lars Eller gave Washington Capitals something they wanted for a long, long time.

Even without a contract extension, Barry Trotz sees a future with the Washington Capitals

In a thrilling Calder Cup Final, the series between Dallas and Toronto is all tied up at 2-2.

Now with all the changes going on Long Island, nobody knows what the next move is for Lou Lamoriello.

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