Brenden Morrow is back in the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since 2000.
Tampa Bay defender Matt Carle has already spilled the beans on the Lightning's big plan to beat the Chicago Blackhawks - tire out two-time Norris Trophy winner Duncan Keith out.
Steve Stamkos hopes to make the most of this rare opportunity to compete in the Stanley Cup Final.
The Tampa Lightning, who open the 2015 Stanley Cup Wednesday night against the Chicago Blackhawks, are 7-1 following losses in this year's postseason.
Tampa Bay has acquired Daniel Walcott from the New York Rangers for a seventh-round draft pick.
Ben Bishop faced Chicago twice during the regular season and he stopped 65 of 67 shots.
The line of Steve Stamkos, Valtteri Filppula and Alex Killorn had an excellent round in the Eastern Conference Final.
J.T. Brown has posted one goal in 18 playoff games, but his ice time has increased substantially from the opening round.
Tyler Johnson leads all players in goals and points heading into the Stanley Cup final.
Tyler Johnson and his triplet linemates will have their work cut out for them as they will no doubt see a lot of Duncan Keith in the Stanley Cup Finals.
The Lightning will be the first team in NHL history to play against four Original Six NHL teams in one playoffs.
Tampa Bay Lightning goalie Ben Bishop managed to do something only Patrick Roy and Tim Thomas did before.
Tampa Bay Lightning winger Brenden Morrow could join the "Triple Gold Club" if he wins a Stanley Cup.
You won't see many postseason runs as mixed (at least over multiple rounds) as what Ben Bishop has experienced in 2015.
Cedric Paquette got through Game 7 without any problems with his apparent right wrist/arm injury.