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4.5

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Seats were better than expected.

Amalie Arena - Tampa

Seats were better than expected. It was fun being part of the fan experience. The cost of food/drink was excessive for a non-season ticket holder.

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Lightning vs Penguins February 9

Amalie Arena - Tampa

Great, exciting game. New to the area and was pleasantly surprised by how nice the arena is. The game and intermissions were entertaining. The venue was neat and clean and easy to navigate, the food offerings were good, and the seats all seemed to provide good views, no matter where in the house they were. Will go again.

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Magical!

Amalie Arena - Tampa

This was my first live game and it will definitely not be my last.

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Great venue! Lots of fun!

Amalie Arena - Tampa

Great venue! Inexpensive parking, nice selection of healthy and delicious food & beverages, fabulous five manual organ, cute little thunder kid and lots of Penguins fans!

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Pens game at Tampa Bay

Amalie Arena - Tampa

Everything was great from downloading app for electronic ticketing to the emails with construction updates. Only downside was we didn’t allow enough time for bars/restaurants in area. Overcrowded 2hrs before game. Arena was very nice and enjoyed game!

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Great time

Amalie Arena - Tampa

My daughters ( Pens Fan ) first time to a hockey and she was able to get high fives from Crosby , Letang and others from the team !! Priceless đŸ§đŸ†đŸ‘đŸŒ

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Can’t improve my perfect!

Amalie Arena - Tampa

Lightning games are always a great experience great fans, great Arena, great city

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St. Louis Blues at Tampa Bay Lightening

Amalie Arena - Tampa

Great venue, great game and overall great experience.

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The best sporting event ever!!!

Amalie Arena - Tampa

TAMPA BAY LIGHTING IS GOING TO WIN THE STANLEY CUP IN 2019!

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Almost perfect

Amalie Arena - Tampa

Great seat for the Lightning Game. Atmosphere was as good as ever. Only problem was the outcome.

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Tampa Bay Lightning at Amalie Arena

Coming off a season in which they won the Eastern Conference and set a franchise record for victories (54) and points (113), the Tampa Bay Lightning will resume their chase for a second Stanley CupŸ Championship at Amalie Arena. 

Consistently rated as serving up one of the best crowd experiences in the NHL, Amalie Arena is also where fans can commune with the statue of Hall of Famer Phil Esposito, the team's co-founder, first president and GM, and still the Lightning's color commentator.

The home season kicks off Oct. 6 against the rival Florida Panthers.

Tampa Bay Lightning 2018-19 Season

Under the guidance of sixth-year head coach Jon Cooper, the Lightning last season made the Eastern Conference finals for the third time in four seasons, squashing the memory of a 2016-17 season in which they lost star center Steven Stamkos to injury and missed the Playoffs.

Spurring the Bolts' record-setting success were right winger Nikita Kucherov (who finished third in the NHL with 100 points), Stamkos (who bounced back strong to post 86 points), defenseman Victor Hedman (the James Norris Trophy winner), and goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy (a Vezina Trophy finalist). After blowing past the New Jersey Devils and the Boston Bruins in the first two rounds of the Playoffs, the Lightning's march toward the Cup ended in disappointing fashion. After leading the Eastern Conference Finals 3-2, the Bolts were blanked in Games 6 and 7 by the eventual Stanley CupÂź Champion Washington Capitals.

That core returns for 2018-19, along with 21-year-old sensation Brayden Point, Anton Stralman, Ryan McDonagh, and J.T. Miller. The latter two, both 2018 trade deadline acquisitions, have signed contract extensions.

Tampa Bay Lightning History

The Lightning's climb to the elite of the NHL was slow. They joined the league as an expansion team along with the Ottawa Senators in 1992, and earned their first berth in the Playoffs in the 1995-96 season. Not until 2002-03 did the Bolts achieve any kind of consistent success. The key ingredient was 1998 first-round draft pick Vincent Lecavalier, a center who went on to play 14 seasons for the Lightning and set almost every team scoring record.

After making the second round in the 2002-03 Playoffs, the Bolts rocketed to the Stanley CupÂź Finals the following season behind the league's scoring leader, Martin St. Louis, the goaltending of Nikolai Khabibulin, and the efforts of Lecavalier, Brad Richards, Fredrik Modin, Ruslan Fedotenko, Cory Stillman, and captain Dave Andreychuk. The Lightning defeated the Calgary Flames in a Stanley CupÂź Finals that included four games decided by one goal, two of which came in overtime. Fedotenko scored both goals in the clinching 2-1 victory in Game 7.

The Lightning flirted with Playoff success the next two seasons, but struggled for three years after that. After bringing in Hall of Famer Steve Yzerman as general manager, the team returned to the Playoffs in 2010-11, 2013-14, and again the following season, when the Bolts — boasting the highest-scoring offense in the league — won 50 games and the Eastern Conference title. They dispatched the Detroit Red Wings, Montreal Canadiens, and New York Rangers in hard-fought series en route to the Stanley Cup¼ Finals, where they ultimately lost to the Chicago Blackhawks in six games.

Powered by the scoring of Kucherov and Stamkos, the Lightning contended again in 2015–16 only be turned away in the conference finals by the eventual winner of the Stanley Cup¼ Championship, the Pittsburgh Penguins.