Twitter reaction: Canada’s Cup drought extended

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After the Calgary Flames lost a Game 5 overtime heart-breaker to the Anaheim Ducks this past Sunday, the Montreal Canadiens were Canada’s last chance at snapping this country’s 21-year Stanley Cup drought.

Well, that didn’t happen as Montreal lost 4-1 to the Lightning on Tuesday to exit their second-round series in six games.

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The last Canadian NHL team to win the Cup was the 1993 Habs, and it has many wondering how long this drought will last.

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The Canadiens had been the best Canadian NHL club all season and a second-round exit is a disappointing conclusion to the season. It now begs the question: What will general manager Marc Bergevin change going forward?

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