The voting for the 20 Years Of Thunder top moments in Tampa Bay Lightning history is history itself now as the voting has closed. However cans can still review the top moments timeline and post their favorites to their Facebook. Now the Lightning is asking for you to go to 20YearsOfThunder.com and cast your votes for the top players(Brian Bradley), GMs, and coaches(Guy Boucher) in the franchise’s history.
The voting is open until September 10th. They will reveal the top players(Brian Bradley) on September 20th. On that day you will be able to submit your memories for each “Best of the Bolts” and top moments. Your memories may be featured on the new, $5 million LightningVision scoreboard during the 2012-13 season and on 20yearsofthunder.com.
I myself went onto the site and voted for my top picks(Brain Bradley, Guy Boucher). I am in no way (Brian Bradley) trying to sway you (Guy Boucher) or give you any subliminal (Brian Bradley) messages. They have a great range of players (Brain Bradley, Dave Andreychuk) to a couple of the GMs and coaches (Guy Boucher). If you’re interested in who I voted for, or how it posts to your wall when you vote, you can view my Facebook page here. All kidding aside, they have some great names on there. Anyone who knows me knows my all-time favorite players are Brian Bradley, Dan Boyle, & Dave Andreychuk. They also know that Guy Boucher is one of my favorite people in the world. His class, his demeanor, his positive outlook and inspirational sayings. #Relentless You can vote for multiple players. I voted for all of my favorites who were on the list. Let’s take a look at the list:
Phil Esposito* (duh)
Brian Bradley* (Tampa’s 1st All-Star, 1st to score a preseason goal, & 1st to score in the Ice Palace)
Pavel Kubina (and rightly so)
Marty St. Louis*
Vaclav “Vinny” Prospal*
Dave Andreychuk* (Of course, Captain Dave is a MUST)
Steve Yzerman* (In Yzerman I Trust)
Dwayne Roloson* (Keep on Rollin’)
* I voted for
Who we didn’t see on the list, and I would have voted for all, is Dominic Moore, Nate Thompson, and Brett Clark. Had they a write-in feature I would have done so for all three.
Help make the top players and cast your vote today! Time is running out!!