Robbinsville’s Ross Colton Clinches Stanley Cup For Tampa Bay Lightning With Only Goal In Game 5

July 7, 2021

TAMPA, FL — Robbinsville’s Ross Colton scored tonight’s only goal against the Montreal Canadiens in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals clinching the cup for the Tampa Bay Lightning. Tampa’s David Savard passed to Ross Colton and scored the game’s only goal at 13:27 in the second period.

Ross’s name will be engraved on the Stanley Cup the oldest existing trophy to be awarded to professional sports franchises in North America. The Stanley Cup championship team is allotted 100 days during off-season to pass around the Cup. Usually each member of the team is allowed to retain the cup for a day with a official “cup handler”

Robbinsville’s Ross Colton scored the game’s only goal in the second period as the Tampa Bay Lightning clinched their 3rd Stanley Cup championship and second in as many years with a 1-0 victory over the Montreal Canadiens tonight.
Congratulations to Kelly, Rob, Ross and the entire Colton family!