It’s time to BE! THE! THUNDER!
Trust the Yzerplan.
And now, the grande finale....!
Finally, this scourge of back-to-back game schedule expires. Too bad it's the second-to-last game of the season...
Tampa Bay is on the brink as we near the conclusion of the season. Can they keep contending? The outcome tonight will answer that question...
The weight of the game is immense, can the Lightning do the deed?
The flip side of the second-to-last back-to-back games of the Bolts season. The second-to-last home game of the Bolts season.
The Atlantic Division's forthcoming champion stops by the Amalie as the Bolts continue their last-ditch effort to make the 2017 NHL playoffs.
Keep on keepin' on, Bolts.
Chicago looks to get back on course after a lop-sided shut out loss to the Panthers. Tampa Bay seeks to keep their playoff chances alive.
The flip-side of back-to-back games for the Tampa Bay Lightning is their finale at Joe Louis Arena.
A reeling Lightning starts (another) back-to-back series. The fun starts against jockeying-for-position Boston, who has fallen behind Toronto in the standings.
if the Bolts lose this one, they'll be howling at the moon a lot louder than the cellar-dwelling Coyotes (and for bigger reasons).
While the Lightning look to rebound after a staggering loss, the Capitals look to stop a loss-heavy collection of games (4-5-1 in last 10).
Potential playoff seeding is on the line, adding weight to this Atlantic Division confrontation.
On the flip-side of back-to-back games (again), Ottawa vies of the Atlantic Division lead while the Bolts continue the playoff horse race.
The first of (another pair of) back-to-back games starts a challenging week for the Bolts.
Another top-notch team comes to Tampa. Can the Lightning stand their ground against the Minnesota Wild?
The Rangers are part of a top-4 force of Metro Division teams. Can the Bolts stand their ground and hold the Rags off?
6th place is on the line in the Atlantic Division. Not exactly the playoffs but a game with some weight...
We honor the return of #32.
In the eye of the hurricane, there is quiet.
Welcome to One A.B.; After Bishop. Tampa Bay hosts Ottawa, who is on the flip-side of their own back-to-back series.
Tampa Bay is 5-2-3 in their past 10 games. Calgary is 6-3-1. Which team one-ups the other tonight?
A slick Edmonton team starts Tampa Bay's homestand at Amalie.
Five thousand two hundred and eighty three feet of hockey coming your way!
The flip-side of back-to-back games (again) before a pause in NHL action for a week.
Has the season finally evened out, with other teams getting tougher schedules? Yes please.
And can we wear our black thirds to mess with them?
Tonight we see if Jon Cooper's system and brittle roster can hold the line against Guy Boucher and the 1-3-1.
We now resume our NHL season with an Atlantic Division showdown: The Bolts look to spring back while the B's aim to remain floating.
The Bolts are back in the Eastern Time Zone AND Florida, can you believe it? Can they also go back to winning ways? We'll see.
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