Friday, May 27, 2016

67 223 239 | Pittsburgh Penguins and San Jose Sharks, Stanley Cup Finals 2015-16

Interesting time stamp.  Remember, the United States is 239-years old, and this year only U.S. teams made the NHL playoffs, not a single Canadian team.  Also, with the team from Pennsylvania knocking out the 'Lightning', I'm wondering if in the NBA team, originally from Pennsylvania, the Warriors, could come back and knock out the 'Thunder'?  The Penguins defeated the Lightning in seven games, and in game two of the NBA Western Conference Finals, there was a clue that the series might go to game seven.

The caption also has interesting gematria, 161, connecting to Phi, and 404, like a computer error.

If I knew more about the teams and players, this headline might have a major clue within it.  For now though, if it does, it evades me.

Did you know the first Stanley Cup was awarded in 1893, 223-years ago?

Stanley = 24/33/96

The Penguins have won the Stanley Cup three times; 1991, 1992 and 2009.  They joined the NHL for the 1967-68 season, meaning this is their forty-ninth season in the league, special number.

The San Jose Sharks joined the NHL in 1991, the year the Penguins won their first Cup.  They began in 1967, just like the Penguins, as the Oakland or California Golden Seals.  Interestingly enough, 'California Golden Seals' sums to 93, and the San Jose Sharks moved to their current home in '93.

I haven't done the homework on the coaches or the players, but I see the parallel between the two teams who are meeting this year.