UNIONDALE, N.Y. – Since the NHL returned to play in the security of the Canadian bubble, one of the overriding storylines centered around arenas.
Throughout the bubble in Toronto and Edmonton, outside of league and team personnel along with a select few family members, the arenas were empty. No cheers, jeers or eruptions of sound emanating from the stands.
Slowly throughout the league, those sounds have returned. Some buildings at near or full capacity, others at more than 50-percent, including Amalie Arena, which welcomed 14.500-plus for Games 1 and 2 of the Semifinal round series against the...
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