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The Pittsburgh Penguins represent the former, with four Stanley Cups in their history—including the most recent—the second-seeded team in this year’s playoffs and featuring the great Sidney Crosby.
The latter are the Nashville Predators—an eighth-seed upstart—a franchise that’s only existed since 1998 and hails from a rather non-traditional hockey town but has nevertheless proved itself to be an undeniable force in these playoffs.
The Penguins have clearly been here before, while the Predators are newcomers to anything beyond the second round of the playoffs. They make for a great contrast in competition, and the finals should be an entertaining affair as a result.
Stanley Cup Finals Game 1 Info
When: Monday, May 29 at 8 p.m. ET
Where: PPG Paint Arena in Pittsburgh
Live Stream: NBCSports.com
Odds: Nashville 29-20, Pittsburgh 20-33
The Predators have likely stolen many hearts during their run to the finals. They knocked off the Chicago Blackhawks, St. Louis Blues and Anaheim Ducks to reach this point, losing just four times in the process. Their exuberant fans turned the home ice into a yellow fortress, unleashing deafening roars on seemingly every Predators goal.
Winger Filip Forsberg leads Nashville with eight goals and 15 points. Defenseman P.K. Subban, a former Norris Trophy winner, has also contributed 10 points in the playoffs and will work with Nashville’s excellent cadre of blueliners to stymie Pittsburgh’s offense and prevent them from getting shots on goaltender Pekka Rinne, who is having an excellent postseason.
The Finnish behemoth has been with the Preds since 2001, and he has stayed loyal to the club as he pursued his dream of reaching the championship.
“Every season my goal is to win the Stanley Cup, in all honesty. You come to training camp, you prepare yourself all summer, and now finally we are in this situation. I always felt that one day we would be in this situation,” Rinne said, per NBCSports.com’s Adam Gretz.
Rinne and his teammates will have it tough in the Final, especially when it comes to containing the Penguins’ attack.