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Tampa Bay Lightning roster

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Lightning roster

Goaltenders

32Mathieu Garon

39Anders Lindback

Defensemen

3Keith Aulie

47Marc-Andre Bergeron

2Eric Brewer

25Matt Carle

77Victor Hedman

15Brian Lee

29Brendan Mikkelson

5Mattias Ohlund *

6Sami Salo

Forwards

89Cory Conacher

19B.J. Crombeen

18Adam Hall

76Pierre-Cedric Labrie

4Vinny Lecavalier

12Ryan Malone

67Benoit Pouliot

16Teddy Purcell

11Tom Pyatt

2Marty St. Louis

91Steven Stamkos

44Nate Thompson

42Dana Tyrell

* Injured

Tampa Bay Lightning roster 01/17/13 [Last modified: Thursday, January 17, 2013 10:28pm]
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