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Eleven Tampa Bay Lightning games on national TV in 2011-12

The Tampa Bay Lightning in 2011-12 will have 11 games televised on Versus, according to the schedule released by the NHL. Ten other games will be picked up by the NHL Network. No Lightning games are scheduled to be played on NBC.

Tampa Bay's Versus games are:

Oct 10 at Washington

Oct. 25 at Buffalo

Nov. 9 vs. Flyers

Nov. 28 at Minnesota

Nov. 30 at Detroit

Dec. 12 vs. Devils

Jan. 31 vs. Capitals

Feb. 7 vs. Kings

March 26 at Philadelphia

March 27 at Boston

April 2 vs. Capitals

NHL Network games are:

Oct. 8 at Boston

Nov. 4 vs. Blackhawks

Nov. 17 vs. Penguins

Dec. 10 at Philadelphia

Jan. 13 at Washington

Feb. 18 vs. Capitals

Feb. 25 at Pittsburgh

March 2 vs. Rangers

March 8 at Washington

March 17 vs. Blues

Eleven Tampa Bay Lightning games on national TV in 2011-12 08/18/11 [Last modified: Thursday, August 18, 2011 3:24pm]
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