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Lightning’s Stanley Cup win is further proof that Buccaneers QB Tom Brady is a walking lucky charm

Tom Brady, Buccaneers, Lightning, Stanley Cup

If you hate the guts of Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady, we have more bad news for you. The Tampa Bay Lightning have seemed to have benefited from the mystical effects of Brady to the sports landscape of whichever location he’s playing in.

I mean, just take a look at this data-driven proof collated by one Samer Ali of the ridiculous run of success in pro sports in accordance to Brady’s residence through the years.

Everybody knows the current Buccaneers signal-caller grew up in California and was a huge fan of San Francisco 49ers Joe Montana. He used to watch Niners games live as a kid, too. Coinciding to that 49ers’ dynasty of the 80s was the World Series win of the Oakland A’s and the Super Bowl appearance of the Oakland Raiders.

Fast Forward to the 90s when Tom Brady was establishing his future in football as part of the Michigan Wolverines,  Sergei Fedorov and the Detroit Red Wings were busy dominating the NHL at the time. Brady also won a national title with the Wolverines.

Once Brady turned pro, the winning has not stopped. His well-documented tenure with the New England Patriots produced multiple Super Bowl parades in Boston, which also ended its NBA title drought in 2008. Speaking of which, Brady was still in New England too when the Boston Red Sox broke the curse and won the 2004 World Series, which they later duplicated in 2007.

When Brady arrived in Tampa to play for the Buccaneers, the Bolts won back-to-back Stanley Cup titles, while the Tampa Bay Rays made an appearance in the 2020 World Series.

Tom Brady is definitely suffering from success, and the Buccaneers should know all about it.