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    History Tampa Bay Lightning

    1992–present

    Home arena Amalie Arena

    City Tampa, Florida

    Colors Tampa Bay blue, white, black[1][2]

    Media Bally Sports Sun

    970 AM

    Owner(s) Vinik Sports Group, LLC

    (Jeffrey Vinik, chairman)[3][4]

    General manager Julien BriseBois

    Head coach Jon Cooper

    Captain Steven Stamkos

    Minor league affiliates Syracuse Crunch (AHL)

    Orlando Solar Bears (ECHL)

    Stanley Cups 3 (2003–04, 2019–20, 2020–21)

    Conference championships 4 (2003–04, 2014–15, 2019–20, 2021–22)[note 1]

    Presidents' Trophy 1 (2018–19)

    Division championships 4 (2002–03, 2003–04, 2017–18, 2018–19)

    Official website www.nhl.com/lightning

    The Tampa Bay Lightning (colloquially known as the Bolts) are a professional ice hockey team based in Tampa, Florida. They compete in the National Hockey League (NHL) as a member of the Atlantic Division in the Eastern Conference. They play their home games at Amalie Arena in Downtown Tampa.

    The Lightning have won three Stanley Cup championships: 2004, 2020, and 2021. They also reached the Stanley Cup Finals in 2015 and will play in the 2022 Finals against the Colorado Avalanche. The team is owned by Jeffrey Vinik, and the general manager is Julien BriseBois. Jon Cooper has served as head coach since 2013, and is the longest-tenured active head coach in the NHL.

    Contents

    1 Franchise history

    1.1 Early years (1992–2000)

    1.1.1 Bringing hockey to Tampa

    1.1.2 On-ice and off-ice struggles

    1.1.3 Return to respectability

    1.2 St. Louis–Lecavalier era (2000–2013)

    1.2.1 Two dream seasons and first Stanley Cup championship

    1.2.2 Post-championship successes and disappointments

    1.2.3 Decline

    1.2.4 Arrival of Steve Yzerman

    1.3 Stamkos–Hedman era (2013–present)

    1.3.1 Second Stanley Cup Finals appearance

    1.3.2 Conference Finals and continuing contention

    1.3.3 Record-breaking season marred by playoff failure

    1.3.4 Back-to-back Stanley Cup championships

    2 Radio and television

    3 Team colors and mascot

    3.1 Logo and jerseys

    3.2 In-game personalities

    3.3 ThunderBug 3.4 Lightning Girls

    4 Season-by-season record

    5 Players 5.1 Current roster 5.2 Retired numbers 5.3 Team captains 5.4 Honored members

    5.5 First-round draft picks

    5.6 Franchise scoring leaders

    5.7 Franchise playoff scoring leaders

    6 NHL awards and trophies

    7 Franchise records 7.1 Individual 7.2 Team 8 See also 9 Notes 10 References 11 External links

    Franchise history

    Early years (1992–2000)

    Bringing hockey to Tampa

    In the late 1980s, the NHL announced it would expand. Two rival groups from the Tampa Bay Area decided to bid for a franchise: a St. Petersburg-based group fronted by future Hartford Whalers/Carolina Hurricanes owners Peter Karmanos and Jim Rutherford, and a Tampa-based group fronted by Phil Esposito and his brother Tony, both members of the Hockey Hall of Fame. One of the Esposito group's key backers, the Pritzker family, backed out a few months before the bid, to be replaced by a consortium of Japanese businesses headed by Kokusai Green, a golf course and resort operator. On paper, it looked like the Karmanos/Rutherford group was better financed, but it wanted to pay only $29 million before starting play. In contrast, the Esposito/Kokusai Green group was one of the few groups willing to pay the full $50 million expansion fee up front.[5] The Esposito group would win the expansion franchise on December 6, 1990,[6] and name the team the Lightning, after Tampa Bay's status as the "Lightning Capital of North America."

    Phil Esposito fronted an ownership group that was later awarded an NHL franchise in 1992.

    Phil Esposito assigned himself president and general manager, while Tony became chief scout. Terry Crisp, who played for the Philadelphia Flyers when they won two Stanley Cups in the mid-1970s and coached the Calgary Flames to a Stanley Cup in 1989, was tapped as the first head coach. Phil Esposito also hired former teammates from the Boston Bruins of the 1970s, including former linemate Wayne Cashman as an assistant coach and former Bruin trainer John "Frosty" Forristal as the team's trainer. The inaugural team photo has him flanked by Cashman and player Ken Hodge, Jr., son of his other Bruins' linemate.

    In 1991, Angus Montagu, 12th Duke of Manchester announced that a company of which he was a director would raise millions of dollars in investments in the Lightning, but his plans were unsuccessful and he was later convicted of wire fraud.[7]

    Source : en.wikipedia.org

    How many times have the Tampa Bay Lightning won the Stanley Cup?

    The Tampa Bay Lighting are in the Stanley Cup Finals trying to become the first team to three-peat since the 1980s, but how many times have they won?

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    How many times have the Tampa Bay Lightning won the Stanley Cup?

    How many times have the Tampa Bay Lightning won the Stanley Cup? The Tampa Bay Lighting are in the Stanley Cup Finals trying to become the first team to three-peat since the 1980s, but how many times have they won?

    Jeffrey May

    Update: June 18th, 2022 07:13 EDT

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    The 2022 Stanley Cup Finals are the third year in a row that the Tampa Bay Lightning have made it to the big show, and if they can win it this year, it will be the first time in over 30 years that a team has won three in a row, establishing the Bolts as a true hockey dynasty.

    The Lightning have made a total of four appearances in the Stanley Cup Finals, winning three of them. Back in 2004, they made their first appearance in the Cup, facing off against the Calgary Flames, where the Bolts took it in seven games.

    They made it to the finals in 2015, where they lost to the Chicago Blackhawks in six, but then made amends by winning the 2020 and 2021 back-to-back.

    In 2020, they beat the Dallas Stars in six games, including a thrilling double-overtime game five. They followed up this performance with a five-game trouncing of the Montreal Canadiens in 2021, setting the stage for this year’s contest.

    If they can pull off the victory against the Colorado Avalanche, the Lightning will become the first team to win three in a row since the New York Islanders dominant four-in-a-row run in the 1980s.

    But whether they win or not, there is an argument to be made that the Lightning may be a historic team already. With their dominant defending, Tampa Bay have shut down the two top offenses in these playoffs already. The Avalanche may have the edge already, being one game up, but their offensive skills will be stretched to their limits by this Lightning team.

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    How many championships have the Lightning won? History of Tampa Bay's appearances in the Stanley Cup Final

    Can the Lightning add a fourth Cup to the franchise's history books?

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    How many championships have the Lightning won? History of Tampa Bay's appearances in the Stanley Cup Final

    Bryan Murphy 06-19-2022 • 8 min read

    Stop me if you've heard this before: The Lightning are in the Stanley Cup Final.

    That's right. For the third consecutive season, Tampa Bay is in the final round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. This year, the club is going for a three-peat, with the Avalanche standing in its way.

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    The Lightning not only are playing in their third straight final, but it is their fourth final appearance in the past eight seasons. Led by Steven Stamkos, Nikita Kucherov, Victor Hedman and Andrei Vasilevskiy, the club is aiming for history.

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    Below is the Lightning's Stanley Cup Final history.

    How many Stanley Cups have the Lightning won?

    The Lightning have lifted the Stanley Cup three times in franchise history.

    Below is a quick review of all their Cup wins.

    2004 Stanley Cup Final: Lightning 4, Flames 3

    The Lightning's first appearance in the Stanley Cup Final came in the final season before the NHL lockout. Tampa Bay had qualified for the playoffs for the first time in seven seasons, earning the No. 1 seed. The Lightning went up against the Flames, who as the No. 6 seed in the West had knocked off the top three teams in their conference.

    Calgary and Tampa Bay exchanged 4-1 games to start, with the Flames taking Game 1 and the Lightning tying the series in Game 2. Mikka Kiprusoff shut out the Lightning in Game 3, but Nikolai Khabibulin answered with a shutout of his own in Game 4 to tie the series again. In Game 5, Oleg Saprykin pulled Calgary in front again thanks to his OT winner.

    Game 6 will forever be remembered as one of the biggest "what ifs" in NHL history. With the contest knotted at 2-2, it appeared as though Martin Gelinas had scored to give the Flames the lead. It was a close call as the puck was redirected off Gelinas' skate and appeared to cross the goal line before Khabibulin's pad brought it out.

    However, upon review, it was determined through CGI video analysis that the puck did not completely cross the goal line. Instead of the Flames having a late lead in the series-clinching game, the score remained 2-2 and in overtime, it was the Lightning prevailing and forcing a Game 7 thanks to a goal by Martin St. Louis.

    In the winner-take-all contest, two goals by Ruslan Fedotenko propelled the Lightning to their first Cup win. Brad Richards was named the Conn Smythe winner with 26 points in 23 games.

    2020 Stanley Cup Final: Lightning 4, Stars 2

    You might remember the 2020 playoffs being the "bubble" playoffs. The Lightning finished the shortened regular season second in the Eastern Conference and after the round robin remained with the same seed.

    In the Stanley Cup Final against the Stars, Dallas jumped out to a 1-0 series lead thanks to a 4-1 win in Game 1. However, the Lightning rallied in Games 2 and 3, grabbing a 2-1 series lead.

    In Game 4, Tampa Bay took control of the finals with a 5-4 overtime win thanks to a Kevin Shattenkirk goal. The Lightning were one goal away from clinching the championship in Game 5 as the contest went to overtime, but Corey Perry kept the Stars' season alive with an OT goal.

    However, Dallas' attempt to make a comeback in the series was futile, as Andrei Vasilevskiy stopped all 22 shots he faced as the Lightning lifted the Cup. Victor Hedman won the Conn Smythe with 22 points in 25 games, including 10 goals as a defenseman.

    2021 Stanley Cup Final: Lightning 4, Canadiens 1 

    Tampa Bay made it back to the final series again in 2021. This time, the team was tasked with going against the Canadiens, who were in the middle of a Cinderella run to the finals after entering the postseason with the worst record of all 16 playoff squads.

    Unfortunately for Montreal, the magic ran out against Tampa. The Lightning rolled over the Canadiens 5-1 in Game 1, 3-1 in Game 2 and 6-3 in Game 3.

    In Game 4, the Habs kept their season alive and avoided a sweep thanks to a Josh Anderson overtime winner. However, the Lightning would not be denied a second-straight Cup, coming out victorious in Game 5 by a score of 1-0, thanks to a goal by Ross Colton and a shutout by Vasilevskiy.

    Lightning Stanley Cup Final appearances

    Tampa Bay may be considered one of the younger franchises in the NHL, but it has had a ton of success in its short history, reaching the Stanley Cup Final four times.

    Below are the results of those finals appearances.

    Season Stanley Cup Final opponent Result Regular-season record Head coach

    2003-04 Flames W, 4-3 46-22-8-6 John Tortorella

    2014-15 Blackhawks L, 4-2 50-24-8 Jon Cooper

    2019-20 Stars W, 4-2 43-21-6 Jon Cooper

    2020-21 Canadiens W, 4-1 36-17-3 Jon Cooper

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