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  1. #27
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    The owner of the tampa bay lightning is in for a big payday, because he also owns the Detroit pistons. Cha Ching

    Go lightning


    Go Pistons


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    Great Game - Great Series

    Congrats Tampa Bay!!!!
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    Way to go Tampa Bay!!!! .

    What A great game and a great series.
    We've been doing so much,for so long,with so little, that now we can do almost anything, with nothing at all.

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    Thumbs up

    my Tony and Phil Espo puck is worth big bucks now....great game penelties in the last 2 minutes the 2 ref set-up made that happen,tight game!

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    congrats to the bolts fans
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    In all reality, I am not a hockey fan. BUT, tonight's game, I believe, has made me in to one. I can't wait until next season!! Great going Tampa!

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    Wel,for my first hockey game,it was really terrific,in fact if they do this game seven thing again,I think I'll go back.hehehe












    Seriously,I put my request in for tickets next season,I think I might be hooked!

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    It's really strange.....first Florida gets air conditioning and then ice rinks. When Tampa Bay started up back in what?.....'92? all I could think of was the Haitian Olympic Bobsled team....like what a joke.

    Go figure.....

    I could hear the roar of the Tampa crowd all the way across the state here on the east coast.


    PS: Of course, if you peruse the team roster, there's a lot of Canuck and Ruskie type names on there......not too many what I would call "locals".


    [Edited by icemeister on 06-08-2004 at 06:24 PM]

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    Hope you all enjoyed it, looks like a looooonggggggg strike/lock out on the horizon.
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    That's why we got the ECHL. Now I like watching those guys play. Our Everblades made all the way to the Kelly Cup Finals.

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    Originally posted by icemeister
    It's really strange.....first Florida gets air conditioning and then ice rinks. When Tampa Bay started up back in what?.....'92? all I could think of was the Haitian Olympic Bobsled team....like what a joke.

    Go figure.....

    I could hear the roar of the Tampa crowd all the way across the state here on the east coast.


    PS: Of course, if you peruse the team roster, there's a lot of Canuck and Ruskie type names on there......not too many what I would call "locals".


    [Edited by icemeister on 06-08-2004 at 06:24 PM]
    peruse the team roster? How long you been waiting to use that word in a sentence hehe.

    Wow I thought kipper was a good goalie, you Tampa folks gotta hang on to cabby.
    Gonna destroy ya next year.
    Hockey is a wonderful game.


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