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Broadcaster Rick Peckham, left, and Tampa Bay Lightning player Jassen Cullimore, middle, listen as Lightning player Dave Andreychuk, right, tells a story at the Tampa Bay History Center Saturday, June 7, 2014. "I still run into people who tell me where they were (when they won) and that will never go away," said Andreychuk. "Ten years later, we're still celebrating it. We're very proud." The Lightning’s 10-year anniversary was honored by the center as part of their "Show & Tell" series, where there was a display of the seven trophies the Lightning won during their championship season in 2004. Replica trophies included the Conn Smyth Trophy, Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, Hart Memorial Trophy, Art Ross Trophy, Jack Adams Award, Prince of Wales Trophy and Stanley Cup.
Published Jun. 8, 2014

LARA CERRI | Times

Tampa Bay Lightning broadcaster Rick Peckham, left, and former player Jassen Cullimore listen as another former player, Dave Andreychuk, tells a story Saturday at the Tampa Bay History Center. "I still run into people who tell me where they were (when the Lightning won the Stanley Cup) and that will never go away," Andreychuk said. "Ten years later, we're still celebrating it. We're very proud." The 10-year anniversary of the Lightning's victory was honored by the center as part of its "Show & Tell" series, where there was a display of the seven trophies the Lightning and players won during the 2004 season. Replica trophies are the Conn Smythe Trophy, Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, Hart Memorial Trophy, Art Ross Trophy, Jack Adams Award, Prince of Wales Trophy and Stanley Cup.

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