The fans at Amalie Arena will be treated to a game between the Colorado Avalanche and the Tampa Bay Lightning when they take their seats on Monday.
Some teams may get nervous after losing Game 1 of a series. The Tampa Bay Lightning take it all in stride.
The Tampa Bay Lightning are trying to do what no team has done since 1983. The Colorado Avalanche are seeking a return to the top for the first time in 21 years.
While the host Tampa Bay Lightning head into Saturday’s Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals looking to repeat history, the New York Rangers are attempting to experience deja vu of their own.
Through four differing games between the Tampa Bay Lightning and New York Rangers, the home team is producing the better performance and ultimately emerging victorious.
The Tampa Bay Lightning didn’t face many deficits in their march to the past two Stanley Cup titles.
The odds are stacked a mile high against the Edmonton Oilers to win their Western Conference finals matchup with the Colorado Avalanche.
The New York Rangers will aim to push the two-time defending Stanley Cup-champion Tampa Bay Lightning to the brink of elimination Sunday afternoon when they play Game 3 of their Eastern Conference finals at Tampa, Fla.
If the Edmonton Oilers want any chance to win the Western Conference finals, their effort must start with Saturday’s clash at home.
The Tampa Bay Lightning opened the Eastern Conference finals Wednesday by falling behind in just 71 seconds, then spent the latter part of the game watching the New York Rangers cruise to a 6-2 victory.