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Anaheim Ducks vs Tampa Bay Lightning Tickets
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Ducks vs Lightning
The Anaheim Ducks and Tampa Bay Lightning play two games this upcoming season. The season series kicks off on Sunday, February 8 when the Ducks make a visit to Tampa. The return matchup is ten days later on Wednesday, February 18 when the Lightning visit the Honda Center. Last year the teams split their season series at one game apiece, with the Lightning outscoring the Ducks 5-2 in the two games. Last season the Lightning finished second in the Atlantic Division with 101 points, even though they played a big part of the regular season without superstar center Steven Stamkos. The Lightning was swept out of the opening round of the NHL postseason by the Montreal Canadians.
Stamkos is the best player on the Lightning and one of the top goal scorers in the NHL. Last season in just 37 games played Stamkos had 25 goals and 40 points. He was on his way to another potential 50 goal season before being injured. The twenty-four-year-old center has 233 goals in his NHL career, including seasons of 51, 45 and 60 goals scored. His dynamic skating and sniper-like scoring ability is the catalyst for the Lightning success. The Lightning traded for Ryan Callahan of the New York Rangers last season, dealing longtime captain Martin St. Louis, and was able to get two of Callahan's teammates from New York to join him in Tampa. Anton Stralman and Brian Boyle joined Callahan in Tampa Bay. Callahan is a gritty leader and underrated goal-scorer. Beyond Stamkos and Callahan the Lightning have a capable and deep veteran core.
Perhaps the most interesting Lightning player is Jonathan Drouin, one of the most talented Lightning prospects since Stamkos. The 19-year-old prospect had 108 points in 46 games with the Halifax Mooseheads last season and was taken third overall in the 2013 NHL entry draft. If he can find a role on the deep Lightning roster, Drouin is a potential Calder Trophy Candidate.
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