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Five Things David Loves About Hockey

A few years ago, Puck Daddy ran a series about why bloggers love hockey. Raw Charge has decided to take that up asking that question of its own bloggers. The newest edition to the Raw Charge staff is the last entry in the series.

Out of the wild; Bolts at Minnesota preview

The Lightning are in the state of hockey tonight to close out a season series as well as it's current road trip. One injured player looks to get back into the lineup tonight, and that's going to bring about some changes to the game-night roster.

Ice making and the start of 2013-14

The summer's just about done with, and fresh signs of a new season are beginning to appear all around us.

Hedman, Zetterberg crticize Russia anti-gay laws

Tampa Bay's Victor Hedman and Detroit's Victor Hedman, bound to play for Team Sweden in the Winter Olympics in 2014 in Sochi, Russia, spoke out recently against the country's ant-gay laws.

NHL / IIHF reportedly reach Winter Olympics agree

After months of meetings, it appears as if the National Hockey League will participate in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi Russia.

2014 Sochi Olympics loom for Yzerman, Lightning

A few Tampa Bay Lightning players hope to play for their country at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia... That is, if the IIHF and NHL can reach an agreement for NHL players to participate.

Quick strikes and links for Saturday

The Syracuse Crunch continue to run roughshod over the AHL; Marty gets anther nomination; who is on drugs among hockey analysts?

Catching up with Patrick Burke of You Can Play

The co-founder of the organization dedicated to promoting equality, respect and safety for athletes regardless of sexual orientation updates us on what's happened over the last year and offers a glimpse into what the future holds.

SEDiv Weekend Update: Bolts up, Caps down

The Tampa Bay Lightning have taken the early lead in the Southeast Division standings, while last year's Champs and this year's favorites are floundering. Meanwhile, Winnipeg and Carolina are finding their form with a couple solid wins as well.

Lightning ride 3rd period comeback to win

The Tampa Bay Lightning overcame a sloppy second period to beat the Ottawa Senators 6-4 in front of a sellout crowd of 19,204 at the Tampa Bay Times Forum Friday night.

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