One Tampa Bay Lightning fan is taking his love for the team to an extreme level.
It didn't take long for the bubble to begin bursting on the Tampa Bay Lightning's Stanley Cup party.
I see two distinctly different, joyous emotions on the face of Dr. Tim Bain as I talk to him via Zoom. There is the joy of being a part of the Lightning's incredible journey to the Stanley Cup championship and there is the equal joy of finally being reunited with his family after 65 days in the isolation bubble in Toronto and Edmonton.
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Electric celebrations for the Bolts lit up the night sky Thursday. The Tampa Bay Lightning took over Raymond James Stadium for an unforgettable Stanley Cup celebration, along with thousands of fans and of course, the one-and-only Stanley Cup.
The Bolts are celebrating their Stanley Cup victory in true Florida fashion: on the water. We've got live coverage from SkyFOX and our team on the Riverwalk.
Police have arrested a Lightning fan accused of knocking down a light pole at Amalie Arena during the post-game celebration.
Lightning fans are ready to celebrate and the team wants everyone in on the action. As part of a full schedule of events, the team is hitting the water Wednesday to show off Lord Stanley.
After staying up late to watch the Stanley Cup win, Lightning fans ventured out early Tuesday in hopes of winning big and finding Bolts Stanley Cup gear.
Plans for the Tampa Bay Lightning Stanley Cup celebration are coming together after last night's big win in an empty arena. Fans can finally cheer on the champs at a boat parade through downtown and a rally at Raymond James Stadium.
Fans could not be in the stands for the NHL playoffs or the Lightning’s big Stanley Cup Final series against the Dallas Stars. But they could feel the Bolts’ excitement from all the way back in Tampa Bay. Here’s a look at the cup-clinching game, as seen by the photographers in the Edmonton bubble.
The Tampa Bay Lightning are the champions of bubble hockey. Brayden Point scored his playoff-best 14th goal, and the Lightning beat the Dallas Stars 2-0 to win the Stanley Cup and finish off the NHL playoffs staged in quarantine during the pandemic.
If you're searching for Stanley Cup champions merchandise, there are some options for Lightning fans to get the gear.
Bud Light is offering fans a way to cheers the Bolts' Stanley Cup win with some free beer.
When the Tampa Bay Lightning were still in Toronto, they enjoyed some fresh air outside at the football stadium inside the bubble.
The Bolts' 2004 championship feels like a lifetime ago to many fans. It may seem even longer when you realize that in 2004, there was no iPhone, Jon Gruden was coaching the Buccaneers, and Illinois still had a state senator named Barack Obama.
After a very un-Dallas Stars-like first overtime period in which they sat back and let the Tampa Bay Lightning take it to them, players and coaches in the locker room had a very distinct message.
Joe Pavelski and Corey Perry don’t want to leave the bubble just yet.
Kevin Shattenkirk will never forget having his contract bought out in the summer of 2019 and joining the Tampa Bay Lightning because he felt their core players had a similar chip on their shoulders after a shocking first-round exit.