The living Stanley Cup Hat Trick, or should I say Pat trick – has signed an extension with the defending champs for two years worth an AAV of 1 million. After winning a Stanley Cup with his native St. Louis Blues, he helped the Tamp Bay Lightning become back-to-back champions, becoming the first player to win three consecutive Stanley cups since the 1980-83 New York Islanders roster.
Since 2019, Pat Maroon has made a whopping 74 playoff appearances, more than any other player in the last three seasons. He has scored six goals and had 17 points in his personal three-peat, including this stunning game-tying goal that is one of my personal favorites.
Aside from his leadership skills and veteran experience, Patty has also been known to be a modern-day enforcer of sorts, as he has become well known across the league for his physical presence and never shying away from a fight, especially when the Bolts need a boost to get going. He also loves to get in opponents’ heads with his on-ice taunting and chirping and has provided some of the best Mic’d up content in the entire NHL.
Born in Florida and raised in New England, Nick is an avid sports fan and athlete, having competed in several US States and in Europe, winning State Cup in soccer in CT. His love for hockey developed in his early teens supporting local Dartmouth College Hockey. His world experience from living in 4 different states and 2 Continents provides a unique insight into Sports culture around the world.
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