Good evening ladies and gentlemen. Welcome back for this week’s edition of Around the Twitterverse, where we gather the top tweets from in and around the Bolts Nation and bring you all of the hockey news and opinion that 140 characters can handle.
The weekend is upon us! Unfortunately, so is the rain. Hopefully, the clouds will disperse and we can get out and make the most of the weekend.
There are only 28 more days until the puck drops for the very first time in the 2013-14 Tampa Bay Lightning hockey season.
There are lots of happenings going on now. Between the rookie camp in Coral Springs and the upcoming Training Camp, Lightning fans have a lot to look forward to in the weeks leading up to the puck drop.
Without further ado, I give to you this week’s Tweets of the Week from in and around the Bolts Nation.
If I can’t go to the #TBLightning Fan Fest I will be so mad.
— Ashley Salvadeo (@AshleySalvadeo) September 6, 2013
I know just what you mean.
— Brittany Gail (@brittkalgail) September 6, 2013
I’m sure you’ll find a couple thousand people to spend the day with.
— Rhonda Denny (@ron_duh) September 6, 2013
I don’t know about you, but I plan to BE a good portion of that Thunder.
— Doyle McGrath (@DMcGRealEstate) September 5, 2013
Definitely one of my favorite views in Tampa Bay.
— Austin Horner (@BigR3d95) September 5, 2013
I’ve been ready since last season ended.
This kid is something else! I can’t wait to see what he can do on a line with someone like Stamkos or Filppula.
I’ll be spending mine there this year as well. Couldn’t ask for anything better.
I know the feeling. Some of the best times my fiance and I have had were at a Lightning game.
We are just as happy, if not more, to have you here.
I love it!
— steven stamkos (@RealStamkos91) September 4, 2013
I love seeing the NHLPA and RBC’s commitment to youth hockey.
Well, there you have it; your top tweets of the week from in and around the Bolts Nation. Make sure to check back with us next week to keep up with all the latest and greatest in 140 characters or less.