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Lightning defenseman Victor Hedman (77) celebrates the first of his two goals against the Blues Thursday at Amalie Arena.
The defenseman spent a lot of time in the penalty box,. But when he exited, he took out his frustration with his offense.
As the emergency backup for Lightning home games, 23-year-old Kyle Konin dressed for St. Louis on Thursday at Amalie Arena.
The Feb. 26 game in Nashville will be the first outdoor game in franchise history.
With four key players missing, Tampa Bay’s young talent was front and center Tuesday in St. Louis.

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  1. Lightning defenseman Victor Hedman (77) celebrates the first of his two goals against the Blues Thursday at Amalie Arena.
  2. St. Louis Blues emergency goalie Kyle Konin (31) was the first player on the ice for warmups before Thursday's game against the Lightning at Amalie Arena.
  3. The Lightning released their 2022 Stadium Series jersey on Thursday, a white sweater with blue lettering and accents. The game against the Nashville Predators, which will be played Feb. 26 at Nissan Stadium, home of the NFL's Tennessee Titans.
  4. The Lightning's Taylor Raddysh (16) shoots on St. Louis Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington (50) during the first period of Tuesday's game in St. Louis.
  5. Reba Bowens, 32, of North Carolina, jumps while playing capoeira at the Florida Center for Capoeira’s first annual belt ceremony known in Portuguese as “Batizado” at Kodawari Studios in Tampa on Saturday, June 12, 2021.
  6. St. Louis Blues' Jordan Kyrou (25) controls the puck while under pressure from Tampa Bay Lightning's Pierre-Edouard Bellemare (41) during the second period Tuesday night.
  7. Lightning captain Steven Stamkos won't play tonight, returning to Tampa for the birth of his second child.
  8. Lightning defenseman Zach Bogosian, center, celebrates his goal with teammates Pierre-Edouard Bellemare (41) and Pat Maroon (14) during a victory over the Flyers Nov. 23 at Amalie Arena.
  9. Lightning forward Gabriel Fortier had a hat trick during an exhibition game against the Carolina Hurricanes in October in Tampa.
  10. Minnesota Wild left wing Marcus Foligno, left, celebrates his open-net goal as he skates past Lightning center Alex Killorn during the third period.
  11. Lightning center Anthony Cirelli (71) takes a shot on goal while being defended by Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen (70) during Tuesday's game at Amalie Arena.
  12. Kraken center Morgan Geekie gets stopped by Lightning goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy during second-period action at Amalie Arena on Friday.
  13. It might be odd for Lightning fans to see Yanni Gourde return to Amalie Arena in a Kraken jersey on Friday night.
  14. Seattle Kraken defenseman Adam Larsson (6) greets teammate Yanni Gourde after Larsson scored against the Washington Capitals Sunday in Seattle.
  15. Lightning defenseman Zach Bogosian, pictured, and his wife, Bianca, invited the team to their Davis Islands home for Thanksgiving.
  16. Right wing Corey Perry (10), center, celebrates his first goal as a member of the Lightning with Pierre-Edouard Bellemare (41) and Cal Foote (52) during second-period action at Amalie Arena on Tuesday.
  17. Lightning center Brayden Point gets off a shot with Hurricanes center Martin Necas defending during a Nov. 9 game.
  18. The Lightning's Alex Barre-Boulet, center, celebrates his third-period goal Sunday against the Wild with Steven Stamkos, left, and Zach Bogosian.
  19. Lightning center Anthony Cirelli, left, scores the second of his two goals against the Minnesota Wild Sunday at Amalie Arena.
  20. The Lightning will be without first-line center Brayden Point for today’s game against the Minnesota Wild.
  21. Devils goaltender Mackenzie Blackwood (29) prepares to stop Lightning center Brayden Point (21) on a penalty shot during the third period Saturday at Amalie Arena.
  22. The Senators' Tim Stutzle (18) skates with the puck behind the Lightning net as Victor Hedman attempts to knock him off the puck during a Nov. 6 game. The Senators recently had a major COVID-19 outbreak that resulted in three games postponed.
  23. “You’d like to get it done, obviously, before overtime,” said Lightning defenseman Victor Hedman, whose average time on ice of 25:44 leads the team. “We’re happy with the way we’ve played as of late."
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