Nov 28, 2011; St. Paul, MN, USA; Minnesota Wild forward Casey Wellman (17) hits Tampa Bay Lightning forward Nate Thompson (44) during the first period at the Xcel Energy Center. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

Lightning vs. Wild: Where to Watch/Listen, Start Time

The Tampa Bay Lightning are opening the doors to the Tampa Bay Times Forum to host the fourth team in their 7-game home stand, the Minnesota Wild.

Can’t make it to the Forum tonight? No worries! We’ve got your answer right here.

You can watch the game on Sun Sports.

Find your local listing here.

You can listen live to tonight’s Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Minnesota Wild game on Lightning Radio on 970WFLA.

Not at home? Have a smart phone or a tablet? You can listen through iHeartRadio. Just select 970WFLA.

Want to listen on your computer? Just follow the link: 970WFLA on iHeartRadio

The Lightning have really started to come into their own this season. They are currently 4-2-0 going into this contest. Our latest triumph was a 5-1 win over the Los Angeles Kings. This encounter saw the Kings’ starting goaltender Jonathan Quick leave the game in the second period after allowing 3 goals.

The real challenge the team is going to be met with tonight is the loss of the captain Martin St. Louis who is currently Day-to-Day with a Lower Body Injury. In his place will be RW Brett Connolly who was recalled last night from the Syracuse Crunch.

The future is definitely looking bright for our boys in blue. All they have to do is continue to work together and communicate effectively on the ice and the points will keep coming.

Are you ready, Bolts Nation? It’s time to BE THE THUNDER!

Puck drops at 7:30 p.m. All together now…LET’S GO LIGHTNING!!!

 

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