All the rain-soaked fans we saw powering the Tampa Bay Lightning to a Game 3 Stanley Cup Final win

After last weekend's historic Game 2 loss, the Tampa Bay Lightning headed home looking for a jolt. Fans—soaked by rain ahead of Monday's game—were happy to be help with the energy and flooded Thunder Alley outside Amalie Arena before being treated to last night's much-needed 6-2 victory over the Colorado Avalanche. Game 4 is in downtown Tampa on Wednesday night, and the Bolts still need to find three more wins if they want to make history as the first NHL team to threepeat since the vaunted Edmonton Oilers of the '80s.
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All the rain-soaked fans we saw powering the Tampa Bay Lightning to a Game 3 Stanley Cup Final win
Photos by NIcole Abbett and Dave Decker
All the rain-soaked fans we saw powering the Tampa Bay Lightning to a Game 3 Stanley Cup Final win
Photos by NIcole Abbett and Dave Decker
All the rain-soaked fans we saw powering the Tampa Bay Lightning to a Game 3 Stanley Cup Final win
Photos by NIcole Abbett and Dave Decker
All the rain-soaked fans we saw powering the Tampa Bay Lightning to a Game 3 Stanley Cup Final win
Photos by NIcole Abbett and Dave Decker
All the rain-soaked fans we saw powering the Tampa Bay Lightning to a Game 3 Stanley Cup Final win
Photos by NIcole Abbett and Dave Decker

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