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Tampa Bay Lightning 2021-22 Season Recap

Just five times in the 100-plus year history of the National Hockey League has a team won the Stanley Cup three straight seasons.

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NHL Playoff Preview: Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Colorado Avalanche

After six weeks of postseason play, the 2022 Stanley Cup Finals are officially set.

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NHL Playoff Preview: Tampa Bay Lightning vs. New York Rangers

In a rematch of the 2015 Eastern Conference Final, the New York Rangers and the Tampa Bay Lightning meet to find out who gets to play for the Stanley Cup. 

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NHL Playoff Preview: Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Florida Panthers

In a series between two division rivals, the defending Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning will continue their quest for a three-peat, taking on the President’s Trophy-winning Florida Panthers. These two teams played each other four times in the regular

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NHL Playoff Preview: Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Toronto Maple Leafs

The Toronto Maple Leafs are looking to snap their 18-year-long playoff drought.

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Tampa Bay Lightning Season Preview

The Tampa Bay Lightning should be chomping at the bit to get the 2021-2022 season underway. The Lightning are looking to make it three in a row, accomplishing a feat that hasn’t been done in the NHL since the 1980s.

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Stanley Cup Final: Bolts Strike Down Habs in Game 1

The Tampa Bay Lightning played host to the Montreal Canadiens in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final Monday night. Looking to lock up their second straight championship, Jon Cooper’s group was able to draw first blood in dominating fashion.

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NHL Playoff Preview: Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Florida Panthers

With the return of Steven Stamkos and Nikita Kucherov to the lineup, the Tampa Bay Lightning will be more formidable than ever. They will be meeting their in-state rival Florida Panthers for the first time in the postseason.

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Three Reasons to Fear the Tampa Bay Lightning

Last season, the Tampa Bay Lightning finished the regular season with an astounding 62-16-4 record to go along with 128 points-signifying one of the best single-season records in National Hockey League history. A week-and-a-half later, their season was over as the Bolts were swept in the first round in surprising (and convincing) fashion at the hands of the Columbus Blue Jackets sending shockwaves across the hockey world. 

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