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.
Jay Feaster: Executive director of community hockey development for the Lightning.
Damian Cristodero, Special to the Times