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

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Tonight, the Tampa Bay Lightning continue their road trip as they head to the Scotiabank Saddledome to go head-to-head with Mark Giordano and the Calgary Flames.

Can’t make it all the way to the Great, White North 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. Calgary Flames 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 made their triumphant return Wednesday night against the Vancouver Canucks. The Lightning played one of the absolute best whole team efforts that we have seen in quite some time. The re-addition of left wing Ryan Malone and defenseman Eric Brewer to the Lightning lineup definitely added som extra grit out on the ice.

However, it was the Lightning’s young guns who led the charge, with 5 of them scoring points in that encounter.

If the Lightning plan to come out on top tonight, which we all know they do, they need to keep their eyes looking forward and do exactly what they did in Vancouver; work together, take the shot, and win the game.

The puck drops at 9:00 p.m. EST. Get ready Bolts Nation…it’s time to Be The Thunder!!

 

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