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Fans celebrate as the Lightning take the ice for Game 6 of the Eastern Conference final against the Rangers in June at Amalie Arena.
Special presales for season-ticket members and others will take place as soon as Tuesday.
Signatures for Soldiers, a charity for veterans created by St. Petersburg resident Tim Virgilio, has grown from its grassroots beginning.
The former sixth-round pick had a whirlwind of a season this past year, and his growth could help him reach Tampa Bay sooner than later.
Tampa Bay traded up to draft the 21-year-old wing, who is expected to start his pro career at AHL Syracuse.

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  1. Fans celebrate as the Lightning take the ice for Game 6 of the Eastern Conference final against the Rangers in June at Amalie Arena.
  2. St. Petersburg resident Tim Virgilio mans the Signatures for Soldiers booth at last year's National Sports Collectables Show in Chicago.
  3. Nick Perbix will enter next season on the short list of defensemen starting the season at AHL Syracuse who could help supplement the Lightning’s blue-line depth in 2022-23.
  4. Lightning forward prospect Lucas Edmonds, left, is expected to start his pro career with AHL Syracuse in the fall.
  5. Lightning director of player development J.P. Cote works with players on the ice before the puck drops during a 3-on-3 tournament at the Lightning development camp earlier this month at TGH Ice Plex in Brandon.
  6. New Jersey Devils assistant general manager Kate Madigan attends the first round of the NHL draft earlier this month in Montreal. At the start of 2022, there were no women serving as assistant general managers in the NHL. Now there are five.
  7. Barb Underhill, right, instructs players during the Lightning's prospect development camp last week at TGH Ice Plex in Brandon. Underhill has worked with the Lightning for 12 years.
  8. Lightning forward forward Isaac Howard, pictured, during a 3-on-3 tournament at the Lightning development camp last week at TGH Ice Plex in Brandon.
  9. Forward Gage Goncalves is coming off his first season with AHL Syracuse, where he scored 32 points (17 goals) in 70 games.
  10. Lightning defenseman Mikhail Sergachev received a huge show of faith from the team after he gained a long-term contract extension and pay bump.
  11. Ondrej Palat will have a much different role in New Jersey, going from a battle-tested locker room full of veterans to a young, rebuilding Devils team.
  12. Lightning general manager Julien BriseBois addresses the media regarding free agency at the Lightning development camp at TGH Ice Plex on Wednesday in Brandon.
  13. Lightning forward Grant Mismash works on the ice during drills at development camp earlier this week.
  14. Rays starting pitcher Shane McClanahan allows one run and three hits over 6 1/3 innings in the Rays’ 4-1 win over the Red Sox on Wednesday.
  15. Ryan McDonagh, left, Ondrej Palat and Lightning fans had plenty to celebrate in recent years, but time and the salary cap has forced everyone to move on to new realities.
  16. Lightning center Anthony Cirelli, left, chases down the lose puck during Game 6 of the Stanley Cup final vs. the Avalanche.
  17. Ondrej Palat has been a valuable player for the Lightning over nine seasons, but especially in the playoffs.
  18. Lightning defenseman Jan Rutta had been invaluable in pairing with Victor Hedman.
  19. Lightning players, from left, Erik Cernak, Anthony Cirelli and Mikhail Sergachev walk into Nissan Stadium for the team's Stadium Series outdoor game in Nashville. The Lightning prioritized keeping them out of free agency after next season.
  20. Lightning center Anthony Cirelli (71) works to position himself in front of the net against Hurricanes defenseman Ian Cole (28) during a game last November. The two reportedly will be teammates in Tampa now.
  21. Lightning left wing Ondrej Palat ranks second in franchise history in postseason goals and is third in the league among active players in playoff game-winners.
  22. Lightning prospect Jack Finley, drafted in 2020, goes through drills at Monday's development camp. He is expected to move up to the AHL's Crunch soon.
  23. Jeff Blashill, center top, coached the Red Wings until the end of this season. The man Blashill replaces with the Lightning, Derek Lalonde, is now the head guy in Detroit.
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