Last night’s Tampa Bay Lightning win means the Bolts live to fight another day. The series comes back to Amalie Arena in Tampa tomorrow night. A Lightning loss means the series and the season is over for the Bolts. But a win means there will be a winner-takes-all Game 7 in Denver Tuesday night. Two more wins mean a third consecutive Stanley Cup win for the Lightning. And a long overdue boat parade in Tampa. I mean it’s been a year already. We’re due for one right?
If there is a Game 7 in Denver, you know fans will PACK Amalie Arena for the watch party. Fans who got to see the game last night at Amalie Arena watched on the big scoreboard high above the ice. But they could also follow the action in an all-new way… ON the ice – even though the game was thousands of miles away in Colorado. Take a look at this incredible video footage!
The Lightning used tracking technology to simulate the #StanleyCup Final for their fans at their home arena 👀— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) June 25, 2022
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