As the Tampa Bay Lightning play in the Stanley Cup Playoffs in Toronto, Amalie Arena is hoping to score with fans back home by jumping on the takeout bandwagon.The venue launches a new stadium dining experience for hockey lovers today that runs through the playoffs: Lightning Gameday Eats To Go powered by Cur(ate) TPA.“From arena classics for the whole family or game day favorite individual selections just for you, Lightning Gameday Eats To Go is another great way to be The Distant Thunder and get Lightning game day eats to go,” a release states.Team dining packs serve four and range in price from $30 (Cigar City Cuban style loaded chips) to $50 (Bayshore Brioche Sliders and Havana Nights Cuban Sandwiches). Individual dining items range from $8.13 (Chicken Chip Shot Nachos) to $12 (Dog Gone It Hot Dogs). Sugar cookies adorned with the Lightning and Playoff logos cost $5 for 2 or $18 for 8. Water and soda cost $7.27 for a four-pack.Food will be prepared by Delaware North, the food and beverage service provider for the arena. The dining experience is is part of Cur(ate) TPA, Amalie Arena’s “umbrella brand and vision for dining and drinking.”Online ordering will be done through a mobile app or online. Only credit cards will be accepted. Ordering starts three hours before puck drop and remains open through the first intermission. Curbside pickup will take place at Amalie Arena in the 15 Minute Circle.To view the menu, visit https://www.amaliearena.com/curatetpa .