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  1. Rowdies forward Sebastian Guenzatti, seen here earlier this season, has two first-half goals to lift Tampa Bay over Atlanta United 2.
  2. The Rowdies' Yann Ekra, seen here in a game last season, scored twice on Saturday against the New York Red Bulls II.
  3. Sebastian Dalgaard is pictured running on to the ball during a Rowdies victory over Charlotte in August. With Conner Antley out Saturday, Dalgaard could fill in on the right side if needed.
  4. Rowdies head coach Neill Collins, seen here in a game earlier this season, was pleased with Tuesday night's 1-0 road victory over the Charleston Battery.
  5. Rowdies forward Sebastian Guenzatti, seen here earlier this season, scores his first goal Friday night since late July.
  6. The Rowdies celebrate after Steevan Dos Santos, second from right, chips in the go-ahead goal in the waning minutes of Saturday's game.
  7. The Rowdies brace to defend a free kick during a 3-1 victory over Loudoun United in July in St. Petersburg.
  8. Lewis Hilton, here in a previous match at Al Lang Stadium, gets his first goal of the season Monday night, but Rowdies coach Neill Collins lauds his consistent all-around play every week.
  9. Rowdies forward Steevan Dos Santos, pictured during a match against Phoenix in May, had two of Tampa Bay’s eight shots in 70 minutes of play.
  10. Back from an injury, Rowdies forward Steevan Dos Santos, center, was right in the thick of things during a 1-0 victory over Hartford Friday at Al Lang Stadium in St. Petersburg.
  11. It took until the 85th minute Friday night before the Rowdies celebrated. That's when forward Jordan Adebayo-Smith, left, fired a ball into the back of the net, ultimately leading to a 1-0 victory over Hartford.
  12. Rowdies forward Sebastian Guenzatti narrowly misses on this header in the second half, one of many near misses for the Rowdies during a 1-0 loss to Hartford last month in St. Petersburg.
  13. Rowdies forward Jordan Adebayo-Smith, pictured during a game against Loudon United in June, scored the tying goal against New York Red Bulls Friday night.
  14. Rowdies head coach Neill Collins voices his disbelief about a call during a loss to Hartford in July. “When we’re not at our best, how do we find a way to win?" Collins said. "It’s something we need to definitely get better at."
  15. The Rowdies' Lucky Mkosana, shown here during a match last year, plays a seasonlong 30 minutes on Saturday against Charlotte.
  16. Rowdies midfielder Laurence Wyke fights for a loose ball during a 3-1 victory over Loudoun United Saturday night.
  17. Rowdies forward Sebastian Guenzatti had several narrow misses in the first half, including this attempt during a 3-1 victory over Loudoun United Saturday night. Guenzatti, however, finally connected on a goal later in the game.
  18. Rowdies defender Forrest Lasso likened the Rowdies’ recent struggles to a drive down the road on a rainy day. “You know you’re going straight. You know where the road goes. You just gotta clear your mirror a little bit," he said.
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    Rowdies coach Neill Collins shows is displeasure with a call in a game earlier this season. Collins says he takes responsibility for the Rowdies' first-half performance in a loss to Miami on Saturday. Miami got both its goals in the first half, and Collins made three substitutions at halftime.
  20. Lightning goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy kisses the Stanley Cup after his team's 1-0 win against the Montreal Canadiens in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals at Amalie Arena on July 7, 2021.
  21. Rowdies midfielder Leo Fernandes voices his displeasure with the refs, saying he was shoved, allowing the ball to sail out-of-bounds during a 1-0 loss to Hartford Tuesday night.
  22. The Rowdies may get midfielder Laurence Wyke back in the lineup this week. They have games Tuesday and Saturday.
  23. Tampa Bay teams have celebrated several championships this past year and earned the Lombardi Trophy and Stanley Cup, among many, many others.
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