TAMPA – It feels like last week when Ross Colton notched the Stanley Cup winning goal against Montreal that set off a celebration 282 days in the making inside Amalie Arena.
The Cup was paraded around the ice, raised over the head of each player suited up in a Lightning jersey, then again with the team in tow celebrating with the fans still inside, less than 10 months after winning a title inside an empty arena in Edmonton.
After a shortened summer of Stanley as the Cup traveled around the world, it has returned home to the Tampa Bay area ahead of the start of a new season. And a new chance fo...
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