November 1, 2013; Raleigh, NC, USA; Tampa Bay Lightning forward Martin St. Louis (26) carries the puck in front of the Carolina Hurricanes defensemen Justin Faulk (27) during the 1st period at PNC Center. Mandatory Credit: James Guillory-USA TODAY Sports

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

Tonight, the Tampa Bay Lightning finish out their short two game home stand at the Tampa Bay Times Forum as they go head-to-head with Eric Staal and the Carolina Hurricanes.

Can’t make it to the Forum for tonight’s game? 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. Carolina Hurricanes 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 put on one heck of a show on Thursday night against Seth Jones and the Nashville Predators. In what turned out to be one of the most solid offensive performances that the Bolts have put on all season long, the Lightning would prevail 4-2 against the Preds.

As the Hurricanes blow into town tonight, the Lightning will be looking to keep their win streak alive and sent the Canes home without the two points they seek to gain.

The Bolts have everything that they need within their arsenal to get the job done. If they continue to play the way they did against the Predators on Thursday, then I have no doubt in my mind they can do the same against the Canes.

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


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