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With the Tampa Bay Lightning in Sweden this week, the last time they were in Europe proved the beginning of end

TAMPA – While the Stockholm syndrome does exist, there may or may not be something regarded as the Prague syndrome.
OK, that later part is not actually a real situation, But the last time the Tampa Bay Lightning played outside of North America in Prague, Czech Republic, in October 2008, it had some of that feel.

A few components of the Stockholm syndrome, per Wikipedia, (which we'll refer to as the Prague syndrome for purposes of this article) are:
* - A hostage’s development of positive feelings towards the captor;
* - No previous relationship between hostage and captor.
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