Nov 25, 2013; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Lightning right wing Martin St. Louis (26), center Valtteri Filppula (51), right wing J.T. Brown (23) and defenseman Mark Barberio (8) huddle up against the New York Rangers during the second period at Tampa Bay Times Forum. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Tampa Bay Lightning Vs. Philadelphia Flyers: Where To Watch/Listen, TV Info, And More

Tonight, the Tampa Bay Lightning are opening the doors to the Tampa Bay Times Forum to host former captain Vincent Lecavalier, right wing Steve Downie, and the Philadelphia Flyers.

Can’t make it all the way to the Forum tonight? That won’t be a problem. We’ve got the perfect answer right here!

You can watch the game on Sun Sports. Find your local listing here.

You can also listen to tonight’s Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Philadelphia Flyers game live 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 Tampa Bay Lightning is coming off of what could be considered one of the best all-around games that they have played all year long. The defense was getting in front of the puck, taking shots, and blocking them as well.

The offense, led by Captain Martin St. Louis, was able to garner a 5 goal win over one of the best goaltenders in the entire league; Henrik Lundqvist.

If the Lightning can keep their momentum going and capitalize on their opportunities, there is a very good chance they can send the Flyers packing tonight.

Are you ready to watch the Bolts kick some ice against the Flyers tonight?

The puck drops at 7:30 p.m. EST. Get ready Bolts Nation…it’s time to Be The Thunder!!


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