Tampa Bay Lightning Tickets
The Tampa Bay Lightning players have suffered through a long offseason, waiting to get back in the rink and make another run to the NHL playoffs. It’s been over a decade since the team brought the Stanley Cup to Florida, but the Lightning made back-to-back Conference Finals appearances the last two seasons, showing that it’s among the elite franchises in professional hockey. With so much talent on the team and head coach Jon Cooper getting everyone to play at such a high level, fans can expect to see another winning season in Tampa Bay. There’s sure to be some incredible hockey played at Amalie Arena this season, so get your tickets now!
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With the Tampa Bay Lightning hanging on for dear life to hopes of a playoff spot, there’s a lot to keep your eyes on in the final days of the NHL’s regular season. A win over Boston on Tuesday was a much-needed boost to the Bolts’ chances, but there was no electricity to be found in the 4-0 shutout. During the game, Bruins forward Brad Marchand made a blatant hit against Tampa Bay’s Jake Dotchin, a move which could keep Marchand from playing in Boston’s final regular season games. The Bolts must perform perfectly in their final games if they have a shot at the Stanley Cup playoffs. They will take on Toronto April 6, Montreal April 7, and will finish their season at home against Buffalo April 9.
The Tampa Bay Lightning hoped a game against the struggling Arizona Coyotes would provide an opportunity to steal a victory on the road. Unfortunately, the Lightning defense didn’t get the memo and the Coyotes jumped out to a 5-1 lead after the first two periods. Tampa Bay managed to add a couple scores at the end of the game but it wasn’t enough to overcome the deficit. This Lightning team has shown a lot of promise during the 2016-2017 season, but there is clearly still work to be done. Tampa Bay’s next home game will be against the Boston Bruins on January 31, and tickets are available for as little as $44.
The Tampa Bay Lightning are in sixth place in the Atlantic division and are trying to get boosted up on the charts, but with four losses in a row to start 2017, their standings have gone nowhere but down. On Sunday, January 8 the Lightning took on the Pittsburgh Penguins at the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. Neither team was able to score in the first period, but the goals caught fire in the second period when the Penguins scored two and the Lighting just one. However, the Penguins went on a scoring rampage in the third period, leaving the Lighting in the dust at 6-2. See if the Lightning can come back from the loss when they play against the Blue Jackets on January 14.
After falling to the Oilers in a shoot out, the Tampa Bay Lightning won their next two games. They beat the Red Wings 4-1 on December 20. Then, they beat the Blues 5-2 on December 22. They were down by two going into the second period, and then they scored five in a row to take the victory. The Lightning were unable to turn it into a three game streak when they were shut out by the Capitals on December 23. They head home to host a string of games starting with the Canadiens on December 28, the Maple Leafs the next night, and then the Hurricanes on December 31. You can still get tickets, for prices starting at $34.
There is a lot that goes into each and every win that the Tama Bay Lightning achieves. The Lightning took the ice to play against the Calgary Flames on December 14 and thanks to Brain Boyle and Alex Killorn, the Lightning was able to come up with the victory. Both players were extremely powerful offensively during the game, resulting in two goals apiece. Not only were the Lightning on fire offensively, but their goalie, Ben Bishop was able to make 19 saves throughout the game. The Lightning left the ice holding their heads high from the 6-3 win over the Flames. See if they can extinguish another opponent when they play again on December 20.
The Tampa Bay Lightning has had a rough time on the ice this past week. They have lost four of their last five games and they are hoping that the month of December brings some better outcomes. On November 29, the Tampa Bay Lightning took a tough beating from Columbus. Columbus was on fire during the second and third period and skated through and around the Lightning, resulting in four goals. The final score was 5-1 for Columbus. See if the Lightning can pull out of their losing slump when they take on the Washington Capitals on December 3. Tickets are still available and start at $37. Get yours today before it’s too late.
The Tampa Bay Lightning have won their last two games. They shutout the Islanders on November 13 4-0. J.T. Brown, Ryan Callahan, Nikita Kucherov and Vladislav Namestnikov all had goals, while Andrei Vasilevskiy had 34 saves, 20 of which were in the third period alone to stop the Islanders from scoring. Then, they beat the Red Wings 4-3 on the 15. Nikita Kucherov had two goals, and Steven Stamkos and NIkita Nesterov also added some goals to overtake the Red Wings. They continue their road trip with games against the Sabres, Flyers and Predators on the 17, 19 and 21 respectively. You can still get tickets to catch the action in person for prices starting at $14.
The Tampa Bay Lightning made quick work of the New York Islanders on November 1, scoring three goals in each of the first two periods and claiming victory by a final score of 6-1. Five different lightening players scored goals in the game, including two from Nikita Kucherov, who also had two assists in the match. This was the first meeting for these teams since the Lightening sent the Islanders home in the Eastern Conference semifinals at the end of last season. The two will square off again on November 10, this time playing on the Lightening’s home ice in Tampa Bay. Tickets for that rematch are available starting as low as $17.
The Tampa Bay Lightning delivered an exciting victory to a packed home crowd the other night, beating the Florida Panthers 4-3 in the sixth round of a shootout. The win was exciting enough, helping Tampa Bay preserve an undefeated start to the 2016-2017 season, but the manner in which the team won was the real highlight. With less than 10 seconds to play in regulation and the Lightning trailing 3-2, Steven Stamkos lifted a shot over the opposing goalie’s glove to force the extra time in which the team would eventually go on to win. Tampa Bay will look to keep on ousting opponents when the Boston Bruins come to town on November 3. Tickets for that game start at $29.
The Tampa Bay Lightning recently announced that training camp officially opens on September 22, and the annual Fan Fest will be the following Sunday, the 25. During Fan Fest, fans will be able to watch scrimmages, get autographs and enjoy other fun activities. The Lightning have also announced the roster for their prospect training camp and tournament. It will include 24 players, including 7 players from the 2015 and 2016 draft selections. The prospects could be asked to join the rest of the team in the main training camp if the coaches like what they see. The first preseason game will be at home against the Hurricanes on September 27, and you can still get tickets for just $7.