NHL on pause

Tampa Bay Lightning set to experience life on the road with nowhere to go

BRANDON – One day shy of the one year anniversary since the last Tampa Bay Lightning home game played in front of fans at Amalie Arena, the team announced on Friday that fans will be welcomed back the next time the team skates on home ice.
But in the age of COVID-19, while the doors will once again be open, there are restrictions and limitations as to who can be there and what you can do while in attendance.

The Lightning were originally scheduled to open the season with a limited number of fans to be in attendance when the season opened on Jan. 13. Tickets were already being sold on a limi...


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