John Niyo The Detroit News Published 1:19 p.m. UTC May 28, 2018 We knew the Stanley Cup was due for a makeover. But no one could have imagined it might look like this. We knew the Stanley Cup was due for a makeover. But no one could have imagined it might look like this. Hockey’s holy grail is losing some iconic names this spring, as the ring of champions being removed — it happens every 13 years — includes some of the game’s greatest teams and Hall of Fame legends like Gordie Howe and Maurice Richard and Bobby Hull. All to make room for … the Vegas Golden Knights? Or maybe the Washington Capitals? Either way, as the puck drops Monday on this year’s Stanley Cup Final, the NHL is poised to crown a first-time champion. And whether it’s the Sin-derella Story of the expansion Knights or the end of D.C.’s long title drought, the storyline is a compelling one, if not a traditional one. That may rub some the wrong way, both in and out of the league. But as Las Vegas tilts toward hysteria over its first-ever championship series in professional sports, and the nation’s capital finally celebrates… Read full this story
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