The average price for Tampa Bay Lightning tickets for regular season NHL games has remained relatively consistent. The lowest average Lightning ticket price was $25 during the 2011-2012 season and the highest was $44 during the following season. The current average Tampa Bay Lightning ticket price for the 2016-2017 NHL season is at $40, a slight increase compared to the previous season.
(Data updated 11/10/2016)
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2016 Lightning Season Preview
The 2016-2017 Tampa Bay Lightning schedule is set and after narrowly missing out on becoming the Eastern Conference champions, the Lightning are going to try to keep the momentum going and finish what they started last season. The Tampa Bay Lightning were able to defeat the Detroit Red Wings and New York Islanders in the first two rounds of the playoffs, however they lost to the Pittsburgh Penguins in a very close 4-3 series. The Lightning have been busy in the off-season as they have had several player re-signings, including Steven Stamkos, Victor Hedman, Andrei Vasilevskiy, and Alex Killorn. After the success they had last season, it’s a safe bet that the Lightning will be serious Stanley Cup contenders this season. TicketCity is the place to go for Tampa Bay Lightning tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Lightning at Amalie Arena, or supporting Tampa Bay on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Tampa Bay Lightning tickets, including home and away games.
Tampa Bay Lighting Hockey at Amalie Arena Address: 401 Channelside Dr, Tampa, Florida, 33602
The Tampa Bay Lightning play all their home games at the Amalie Arena, located in Tampa, Florida. When filled to capacity, the Amalie Arena holds more than 19,000 screaming fans. The state-of-the-art arena is home to the Tampa Bay Storm of the Arena Football League and host of many entertainment acts throughout the calendar year. The Tampa Bay Lightning home bench is on the Amalie Arena rink side in front of sections 101 & 130. Amalie Arena parking information is covered in our Lightning event guide.
Lightning vs. Panthers
The Lightning and Panthers are in the same stat and division, so the rivalry was bound to happen since they were both brought into the league in the early 90s. Since they came in the league, the two clubs have wanted to prove they were the better expansion choice. Lots of fights have come through the Battle of the Sunshine State, but the Panthers have won most of them thus far.
Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup, Eastern Conference Championship, and NHL Playoffs
Tampa Bay is the lightning capitol of the world and the Tampa Bay Lighting have certainly lit it up since their arrival in 1992. The 2004 Stanley Cup Champions have reached the Eastern Conference Finals on multiple occasions and their 6-playoff appearances are impressive considering their recent expansion.
2015 Tampa Bay Lightning Season Preview
The Tampa Bay Lighting believed that they could win the Stanley Cup last season, and the Lightning came just a couple games short of shocking the world. The question around the 2015 Tampa Bay Lightning team will be if they take that next small step towards a Stanley Cup, or if they have an oh-so-close letdown in 2015. The only major new face on the Lightning roster this season will be Erik Condra, who will compliment what was an outstanding defense a season ago. While it is uncertain if the trio of young stars that includes Ondrej Palat, Tyler Johnson, and Nikita Kucherov will be able to replicate the success that they had a season ago, the Lightning will have one of the best trio’s of veteran stars in the NHL in goalie Ben Bishop, captain Steven Stamkos, and defenseman Victor Hedman. The Tampa Bay Lightning will be talented and experienced in 2015, and will likely be one of the teams to beat in the Eastern Conference.
2014 Tampa Bay Lightning Season Preview
The Tampa Bay Lightning had a solid season in 2013. The Lightning finished 2nd in a tough Atlantic Division, and made the NHL Playoffs. A disappointing 4 game sweep by the Montreal Canadiens ended the strong season for Tampa Bay, but started what was a banner offseason for the team. In the offseason the Lightning focused on getting better on the defensive side of the ice, and brought in top players Anton Stralman, and Jason garrison. But the biggest excitement in the offseason might be for rookie Jonathan Drouin. He is largely considered to be one of the top young players in the world and could be a future superstar for the Tampa Bay Lightning. The team will once again look to stars Steven Stamkos and Ben Bishop to lead the way, and when combined with the offseason improvements, the Lightning come into 2014 as one of the favorites in the Eastern Conference.
2013 Tampa Bay Lightning Season Preview
While Vincent Lacavalier has left Florida, the Lightning are hoping for a good season that stretches through the 2014 Winter Olympics. Valtteri Filppula was the big free agent pick up in the offseason, and he’ll lead the second line behind Malone, Stamkos and St. Louis. Tampa will be looking for a strong second season from Alex Killorn, who had 19 points in 38 games last season. He’ll help an offense that could be one of the best in the NHL, it’s the defense that head coach Jan Cooper will need to gel as they go along. The Lightning will have some big homestands at the Tampa Bay Times Forum this winter, including during Thanksgiving break when they’ll host the Rangers on Nov. 25, then the Flyers Nov. 27 and the Penguins on Nov. 29. The Red Wings will travel down to Tampa shortly thereafter, scheduled for a Dec. 12 game.
2012 Tampa Bay Lightning Season Preview
Although the Tampa Bay Lightning have only been a part of the National Hockey League since 1992, they have quickly made a name for themselves as one of the most dominating franchises in the Eastern Conference. The team has won two division championships and one conference championship since entering the league, as well as one Stanley Cup in 2004. This season, expect Tampa Bay to be a threat once again in the east. A number of veteran players will be returning to the squad, including Martin St. Louis, Ryan Malone and Vincent Lecavalier. In the 2010-11 season, St. Louis won the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy for the best sportsmanlike conduct in the league. Last year, the Lightning nabbed the fifth seed in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Although they made it to the conference finals, they were defeated by the 2010-11 champion Boston Bruins. This season, Tampa Bay isn't expected to go away as easily. Fans are anticipating that head coach Guy Boucher and his crew will be playing aggressively as they attempt to make a serious run at the Cup. Pittsburgh will open the regular season against the Vancouver Canucks on October 6.
2011 Tampa Bay Lightning Season Preview
Ever since the Tampa Bay Lightning won the Stanley Cup in 2004, they have been on a steady decline. They have not made the playoffs in the last three seasons, but fans are hoping that new general manager Steve Yzerman can right the ship and turn this team back into a title contender. Offensively, the Lightning struggled last year as they did not have much depth when it came to scorers. Tampa Bay relied heavily on the production Steven Stamkos, who lead the team with 51 goals, as well as the distributing abilities of veteran Martin St. Louis, who had 65 assists. That duo will be complemented by the addition of Simon Gagne, who will be expected to add some stability to an attack that could be unreliable at times. Tampa Bay added some players in the offseason in an attempt to bolster their defense as well. Perhaps the most crucial addition for the back line was Randy Jones, who will bring some much needed experience to this squad. In goal, the Lightning will be returning goalie Mike Smith, who struggled last year, giving up an average of 3.09 goals a game.
Tampa Bay Lightning - 11/2016