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Where are 2004 Tampa Bay Lightning Stanley Cup champions now?

By Damian Cristodero, Special to the Times
2004 Tampa Bay Lightning names on the Stanley Cup.

Where are they now?

Here's a look at where the members of the 2004 Lightning Stanley Cup championship team are now:


Dmitry Afanasenkov: Not playing; lives in Treasure Island in the summer.

Dave Andreychuk: Vice president for corporate and community affairs for the Lightning.

Martin Cibak: Plays for Olomauc HC in the Czech Republic.

Ben Clymer: Television analyst for Fox Sports North.

Chris Dingman: Television analyst for the Lightning.

Ruslan Fedotenko: Plays for AHL Iowa.

Vinny Lecavalier: Plays for the Flyers.

Fredrick Modin: Retired; lives in Columbus, Ohio.

Eric Perrin: Plays for JYP in Finland.

Brad Richards: Plays for the Blackhawks.

Andre Roy: Works for Canada's RDS television network.

Marty St. Louis: Plays for the Rangers.

Cory Stillman: Coaches the AAA Major Peewees for the Peterborough Minor Petes in Peterborough, Ontario.

Tim Taylor: Director of player development for the Blues.


Dan Boyle: Plays for the Rangers.

Jassen Cullimore: Lead instructor for the Lightning's Community Hockey Development Program.

Pavel Kubina: Retired; lives in Treasure Island.

Brad Lukowich: Director of operations, Niner Sports & Entertainment in Scottsdale, Ariz., his LinkedIn page says.

Stan Neckar: Runs Neckar Hockey in Tampa, giving camps and clinics.

Nolan Pratt: Assistant coach for AHL Springfield.

Darren Rumble: Coach for Moncton of the Quebec junior league.

Cory Sarich: Working to return to the NHL after suffering serious injuries in a July biking accident; lives in Calgary.

Darryl Sydor: Assistant coach for the Wild.


John Grahame: Managing director of TriWorth, a talent acquisition firm in Denver.

Nik Khabibulin: Retired; lives in Scottsdale, Ariz.


John Tortorella, head coach: Part-time analyst for ESPN; lives in Pass-a-Grille Beach.

Craig Ramsay, assistant: Assistant coach for the Oilers.

Jeff Reese, goaltenders: Interviewing with NHL teams after this season resigning as Flyers goalies coach.

Nigel Kirwan, video coach: Still with the Lightning.

General manager

Jay Feaster: Executive director of community hockey development for the Lightning.

Damian Cristodero, Special to the Times