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See Steven Stamkos' media scrum get invaded by coach Jon Cooper

Despite his team trailing 3-0 in its series against Montreal and a day after a controversial call was made that overturned a goal his team had scored, Tampa coach Jon Cooper had a little fun with the media and his goal scoring captain.
The Hockey News

The Hockey News

Despite his team trailing 3-0 in its series against Montreal and a day after a controversial call was made that overturned a goal his team had scored, Tampa coach Jon Cooper had a little fun with the media and his goal scoring captain.

As Steven Stamkos was doing his job as captain at the center of a day-off media scrum, the Lightning coach crept up behind all the microphones and stuck his water bottle into the fray.

Jon Cooper: a Jack Adams candidate when he has a capable goalie in net, a regular media dude when he doesn't.

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