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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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Lightning Overcome Maple Leafs in Playoff Preview Game

The overall atmosphere of Thursday’s match was one that suggested the playoff potential of the Lightning and the Maple Leafs. A low score and Lightning comeback gave the match a specific energy that one expects to find in a playoff game. Despite the abysmal loss to Montreal, the Lightning was …

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Tampa Bay Lightning steal 60th win of the season against Senators

The Tampa Bay Lightning earned a hard-fought 60th win on Monday night in Ottawa. A 5-2 winning final score is pretty typical for the Lightning. However, the Senators wouldn’t allow the Lightning to take it away so easily. The winningest team in the National Hockey League had some hurdles to …

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Tampa Bay Lightning Seek All-Time Win Record with Win against Boston Bruins

The Tampa Bay Lightning (59-14) have only five games remaining in the regular season. Winning four out of these five would give them the record of most games won in a season at 63. The team to set the record of 62 was the 1995-96 Detroit Red Wings. The Lightning …

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Lightning top Capitals in OT 5-4

In the 2018 Eastern Conference Finals, the Washington Capitals and the Tampa Bay Lightning met to test their playoff fates. In a magical series, spanning all seven games, the Caps just edged out the Bolts and took the series 4-3 to advance to the Stanley Cup Finals. Over the course …

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Tampa Bay Lightning Clinch President’s Trophy After Topping Arizona

For the first time in NHL history, the Tampa Bay Lightning is your regular season champion. With only nine games left to go until the post-season, the Lightning holds 56 wins and 116 points to show for 2018-2019. The Winning Moment On Monday night, Tampa Bay had home-ice advantage, hosting …

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Lightning win 10th straight game

The Tampa Bay Lightning have been leading the Eastern Conference for most of the 2019 season. In addition, the Bolts hold the best record in the entire National Hockey League. The Lightning are undoubtedly one of the best, if not the best, team in the NHL right now, however they …

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