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Posted 6/27/24

Clay Today will test your knowledge weekly and provide interesting facts on various topics. This week, hockey in Florida. We have a new National Hockey League champion, and it is only six days short …

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Clay Today will test your knowledge weekly and provide interesting facts on various topics. This week, hockey in Florida. We have a new National Hockey League champion, and it is only six days short of July. Better yet, the winning Florida Panthers play just 33 miles north of Miami. Nothing says hockey more than late June and South Florida. Hockey still plays home-and-home games to decide championships, often creating logistical challenges for fans. The distance between Sunrise and Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, is about 2,997 miles, making it the longest distance between two cities in hockey championship history. Second place goes to the Boston Bruins against the Vancouver Canucks at 2,504 miles. If you want some more hockey oddity, the State of Florida has won more Stanley Cups (four) in the last 31 years than all of the teams from Canada combined (none). The only difference is that we use sunblock to play games here.