Montour and Florida teammates fall short in quest for Stanley Cup

By Sam Laskaris Writer Oh, what a ride it was. But unfortunately for Six Nations’ Brandon Montour and his teammates with the Florida Panthers, their chase to win the Stanley Cup this year came to an end on Tuesday night in Las Vegas. The host Vegas Golden Knights downed the Panthers 9-3 in Game 5 of the National Hockey League’s championship final. With that triumph, the Golden Knights captured the best-of-seven series 4-1. For Vegas, a franchise founded in 2017, it was their first Stanley Cup. Moments after his team’s quest to capture the world’s most prestigious hockey tournament had concluded, Montour, a 29-year-old defenceman with the Panthers, reflected on the positives of Florida’s playoff run. “I don’t know how many people in the hockey world thought we were going…

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