Boston Pizza is gearing up for an epic celebration, promising to distribute 30,000 free pizzas if the Edmonton Oilers clinch the Stanley Cup. To achieve this, the Oilers must triumph over the Florida Panthers in Game 7, scheduled for Monday night. This initiative marks a jubilant end to Canada’s 30-year Stanley Cup drought, as announced in a press release by the franchise on Sunday.

Peter Blackwell, Senior Vice President of Marketing, expressed gratitude towards fans nationwide who have rallied behind Edmonton, the sole Canadian team remaining in the competition. While acknowledging that not everyone switched allegiances, Blackwell appreciated those who supported the Oilers, emphasizing that their collective enthusiasm merits a grand celebration.

Founded in Edmonton in the early 1960s, Boston Pizza is prepared to commemorate this historic victory alongside fans across the country.

In the Stanley Cup Finals, the Edmonton Oilers face a crucial Game 7 against the Florida Panthers. Despite trailing 3-0 in the series initially, the Oilers staged a remarkable comeback, leveling the score at 3-3 by outscoring the Panthers 18-5 in the last three games. This marks the Panthers’ first experience with such a predicament this postseason, while the Oilers aim to replicate the 1942 Toronto Maple Leafs’ historic reverse sweep.

Goalkeeper Stuart Skinner has been instrumental for Edmonton with an impressive 10-0 record in Games 4-7 and a stellar 1.50 goals-against average. The Oilers have demonstrated depth beyond star players Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl, reflecting their resilience and determination heading into Game 7.

The outcome of Game 7 will determine the legacy of both teams, with Edmonton confident in their team cohesion and mindset to secure victory in the final showdown.