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Tom Brady gets warning from Stanley Cup after Tampa Bay Lightning title win

Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady is no stranger to celebrating championships. The city of Tampa is getting pretty used to it as well, since the Tampa Bay Lightning have won consecutive Stanley Cups, sandwiched around Brady and the Bucs winning the Super Bowl. The Lightning finished off the Montreal...
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Tampa Bay Lightning championship boat parade planned for Monday

TAMPA, Fla. - Fire up the boats – and maybe the Jet Skis. The Tampa Bay Lightning’s championship boat parade is being scheduled for Monday, city officials say. Unlike last year, the Lightning won the Stanley Cup last night in front of the home crowd at Amalie Arena. But like last year, they’ll celebrate with a boat parade down the Hillsborough River.
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Bolts victory parade 'likely' happening Monday, City of Tampa says

TAMPA, Fla. — It's back! The Tampa Bay Lightning will once again celebrate their Stanley Cup championship win with a parade. The Bolts secured their spot in NHL history Wednesday night when they became back-to-back Stanley Cup champs beating the Montreal Canadiens 1-0. Now, the City of Tampa is eyeing...
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Bolts on a boat: Stanley Cup celebrations continue Monday

TAMPA, Fla. — Who says lightning doesn't strike in the same place twice? Because here in Tampa Bay it does. Boat parade will honor Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning. The Bolts clinched the Cup Wednesday, beating the Montreal Canadiens. BELOW: Monday's parade schedule. The Tampa Bay Lightning's Stanley Cup...
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Modern-Day Dynasty? Lightning Making the Case After Back-to-Back Stanley Cup Win

It was almost as if it was scripted. Last year, the Tampa Bay Lightning couldn't celebrate their Stanley Cup victory in the bubble with fans, friends or family. On home ice Wednesday in Game 5 of the Final, it was the only two players who weren't in the bubble who made sure the Bolts would get that celebration at last.
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Morning Flurries: Tampa Bay Lightning repeat as Stanley Cup champions

What seemed inevitable finally was written in the history books as the Tampa Bay Lightning secured their second straight Stanley Cup with a 1-0 victory over the Montreal Canadiens in five games. This time the Lightning get to celebrate in front of their fans and a packed house at Amalie Arena.
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How The Tampa Bay Lightning Won Another Stanley Cup — And Made History

Neil (Neil Paine, senior sportswriter): After one of the weirdest seasons in NHL history, we finally have a champion! With a 1-0 victory Wednesday night, the Tampa Bay Lightning finished off the upstart Montreal Canadiens to win their second straight Stanley Cup and continue Tampa Bay’s run of sports dominance.
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Bud Light offers free beer to Bolts fans following Stanley Cup win

TAMPA, Fla. — To celebrate back-to-back Stanley Cup championships, Tampa Bay fans can crack open a cold beer. And, to make victory taste even better, that beer will be free. Bud Light is offering hometown Bolts fans free 12-packs of beer. The offer is part of Bud Light's Playoff Beerds...
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Tampa Bay is on the cusp of a sweep and its second Stanley Cup title in just over nine months

It was barely more than nine months ago when the Tampa Bay Lightning players threw their gloves in the air and jumped over the boards, their triumphant yells echoing around an empty Rogers Place in the NHL’s Edmonton bubble. Back then, the Lightning had beaten the Dallas Stars in six games to clinch the second championship in franchise history and its first since 2004.
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Playoffs: Lightning confident heading into Game 1

TAMPA, FL. -The battle to keep the cup in Tampa Bay kicks off today with Game 1 of The Stanley Cup Final at Amalie Arena. The Lightning will defend their title against The NHL's most decorated franchise, the Canadiens in a series, starting Monday. "Both organizations have really strong ownership,...
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