By Tim Wharnsby, CBC Sports, June 12, 2017
Pittsburgh in harmony from top to bottom in win over Nashville to repeat as NHL champs
There’s probably a country song out there that best sums up the way it ended for the upstart Nashville Predators in their bid to shock the hockey world with a Stanley Cup championship.
The Pittsburgh Penguins found a way to score late in Game 6 to clinch their second straight Stanley Cup with a 2-0 win and spoil what could have been a wild street party in Music City.
For the crestfallen Predators, there was the disallowed goal early in the second period, when referee Kevin Pollock lost sight of the puck and blew his whistle before Nashville’s Colton Sissons swept in a loose puck for a goal.