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Tampa Bay Times Aug 20, 2018
Lightning to hold annual Fan Fest on Sept. 23

Lightning to hold annual Fan Fest on Sept. 23

Lightning fans will have their first chance to interact with the 2018-19 Lightning squad at Fan Fest Sept. 23 at Amalie Arena.The annual event is free and open to the public.Attendees will have the chance to watch the Lightning practice, get autographs and snap photos with
Puck Prose Aug 20, 2018

Tampa Bay Lightning: Window of contention is still wide open

Even after a frustrating conclusion to a good year, the Tampa Bay Lightning are still one of the best teams in the league going into next season For most of this season, the Tampa Bay Lightning were an incredible team to watch. Considering the players they have on their team, it makes sense. They are […] Tampa Bay Lightning: Window of contention is still wide open - Puck Prose - Puck Prose - NHL
Sportsnet.ca Aug 16, 2018
Maple Leafs, Lightning tied atop Stanley Cup odds as camps approach

Maple Leafs, Lightning tied atop Stanley Cup odds as camps approach

With the opening of NHL training camps less than a month away the Toronto Maple Leafs continue to lead the way on the Stanley Cup odds, but are joined by the Tampa Bay Lightning as +750 co-favourites on those NHL futures at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com. The post Maple Leafs, Lightning tied atop Stanley Cup odds as camps approach appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Tampa Bay Times Aug 16, 2018
An Aretha Franklin tribute from the Lightning anthem singer

An Aretha Franklin tribute from the Lightning anthem singer

The Tampa woman who sings the national anthem before Lightning games at Amalie Arena has joined the chorus.Retired Air Force technical sergeant Sonya Bryson-Kirksey took to Twitter on Thursday morning following the news of Aretha Franklin's death at age 76 and delivered her tribute
The Hockey Writers Aug 16, 2018

Predicting the Lightning’s Fourth Line

There are relatively few question marks for the Tampa Bay Lightning heading into the 2018-19 season. Based on their offseason free-agent signings (or lack thereof) and the general state of their roster, one could reasonably predict the team’s starting forward lineup based off last season. You know that names like Nikita Kucherov and Steven Stamkos […] The post Predicting the Lightning’s Fourth Line appeared first on The Hockey Writers.