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The Stadium Series is an event held by the National Hockey League (NHL) in which a regular-season hockey game is played outdoors. This event is separate from the NHL Winter Classic and NHL Heritage Classic outdoor games. The first Stadium Series was held in 2014 and consisted of seven teams participating in four games held in three venues.
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Bryan Rust had five professional goals entering the Stanley Cup Playoffs. After Game 7 on Thursday, he had five more in these playoffs alone, and a ticket to the Stanley Cup Final to boot. The 24-year-old Pittsburgh Penguin played just 41 games during the regular season, but he was the catalyst once again for Pittsburgh as his two goals were the difference in a 2-1 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning in the clinching game of the Eastern Conference finals. Rust puts the Penguins up 1-0 in Game 7 #Pens https://t.co/nUf2v2lVXT — Marina Molnar (@mkmolnar) May 27, 2016 Rust's 2nd goal of the game, Pens lead 2-1 https://t.co/JHUTdqBHRq — Marina Molnar (@mkmolnar) May 27, 2016 Rust’s performance overshadowed a few terrific plays from the Lightning, like this goal from Jonathan Drouin. Jonathan Drouin goal #Lightning https://t.co/u4m19vJZDg — Marina Molnar (@mkmolnar) May 27, 2016 And this save from Victor Hedman. Victor Hedman saves a goal pic.twitter.com/zwPKvBnNc3 — Marina Molnar (@mk
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