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Thursday FTB: NHL Live is leaving Canada

Meanwhile the Cup won’t be allowed to go to Russia this summer

Washington Capitals v Toronto Maple Leafs
TORONTO, ON - APRIL 14: Michael Bunting #58 of the Toronto Maple Leafs celebrates his goal with the bench against the Washington Capitals during the second period at the Scotiabank Arena on April 14, 2022 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Photo by Mark Blinch/NHLI via Getty Images

The Avalanche beat the Lightning 4-3 in OT at home to start the Stanley Cup Final in their favour 1-0. Vasilevskiy had a characteristically uncharacteristic first game, allowing four goals on 38 shots. [Raw Charge]

“Nick Paul, Ondřej Palat, and Mikhail Sergachev scored the three goals for the Lightning as Gabriel Landeskog, Valeri Nichushkin, and Artturi Lehkonen scored the other three goals for the Avalanche. Darcy Kuemper stopped 20 of 23 shots in his win.”

Carter Hutton retired yesterday. Not the fairytale ending anyone was hoping for, but best wishes on retirement, Carter.

The NHL’s streaming app won’t be available in Canada anymore. Now you’ll have to go straight to Sportsnet and/or TSN.

I’m sure the NHL doesn’t want their trophy to be part of any “international incident.”

I’m sure we’ll hear some signs of shopping soon.

I know that last name.