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Lightning Take on Energized Devils

The Tampa Bay Lighting look to finish their back to back games with a win. The lightning are coming off a loss at New York, but will try to bounce back against the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday. While the Lightning might be needing a break from all the traveling, …

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Lightning beat Canadiens thanks to two-minute onslaught

The Tampa Bay Lightning (3-2-1) defeated the Montreal Canadiens (2-2-2) Tuesday night 3-1 in Montreal where they capitalized on mistakes and some solid play at the net. What went wrong for the Canadiens The Canadiens seemed to be in control early on. Even if it was for less than five …

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Blues claim first title in franchise history

Started from the Bottom From the bottom of the league in January to now Stanley Cup Champions, the St. Louis Blues have won their first ever title in franchise history. A 4-1 victory over the Bruins in Boston last night finally ended the drought that has lasted all 52 years …

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Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals Forced

After the Blues controversial game 5 win, the Boston Bruins were facing elimination in the Stanley Cup Finals. They weren’t giving up. They were desperate for a win that would force a game 7. Period 1 Boston has found themselves playing from behind for the majority of the past two …

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NHL Stanley Cup Game 5: St Louis Takes 3-2 Series Lead Over Boston with Controversial Goal

The Stanley Cup Finals are slowly coming to a close. With one, maybe two games left in the series and both St. Louis and Boston are seeking wins. After the Blues controversial win last night in Game 5 at TD Garden, they currently lead the series 3-2. Although the Bruins …

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Blues defeat Bruins in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup, Tie up series

The St. Louis Blues rebounded from an ugly Game 3 loss to beat the Boston Bruins 4-2 in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final Monday night. A Back-and-forth Battle Star center Ryan O’Reilly needed just 43 seconds to end his eight-game scoring drought. He slotted home a rebound early …

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Bruins Take Aggressive Game One in Stanley Cup Final

The Boston Bruins overcame a slow start Monday night to defeat the St. Louis Blues 4-2 in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. A Boston Comeback St. Louis pounced early on a well-rested Boston squad by taking a two-goal lead in 22 minutes. Winger-turned-center Braden Schenn scored halfway through …

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FEATURE: Underwater Hockey, Yes, It’s a Thing

The Stanley Cup playoffs are currently giving international attention to ice hockey. Field hockey is an Olympic sport and even has a variation for when played indoors. But there’s another member of the hockey family that’s catching the attention of some students around the University of Florida: underwater hockey. Yes. …

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Lightning Swept in First Round of Playoffs

An incredible regular season has all gone down in flames for the Tampa Bay Lightning. After compiling the best record in the league during the regular season, Tampa Bay was quickly and rudely bounced from the Stanley Cup playoffs by the Columbus Blue Jackets.  Columbus completes the stunning sweep of …

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Lightning drop opening Playoff Game

The Tampa Bay Lightning capped off its regular season just last weekend. Tampa Bay finished their regular season as the NHL-Best with 62 wins, earning them the Presidents Trophy. The 62 win season ties the 1995-96 Detroit Red Wings for most wins in a single regular season. That didn’t matter, …

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