By on July 30, 2016


Steven Stamkos (91) and the Lightning were stymied all night David Desharnais (51) and goalie Mike Condon (39).(photo Kim Klement / USA TODAY Sports)

(photo Kim Klement / USA TODAY Sports)

Single game tickets for Tampa Bay Lightning games at AMALIE Arena during the 2016-17 regular season will go on sale at 10 a.m. on Monday August 8, the team announced today. Single game tickets can be purchased exclusively online at, not at the McDonald’s Ticket Office.

Season Ticket Members, as well as those in the Lightning Insider Text Club, will have exclusive pre-sale opportunities.  They will be notified of the dates and times via email and text. Interested fans can join the Lightning Insider Text Club by texting BOLTS to 61873 to receive their single-game ticket pre-sale code on August 5.

Tampa Bay will play each of its Atlantic Division opponents four times, two at home and two on the road, with the

(photo Kim Klement / USA TODAY Sports)

(photo Kim Klement / USA TODAY Sports)

exception of the Boston Bruins (two home, three away) and the Detroit Red Wings (three home, two away). It will have a rematch of the 2016 Eastern Conference Final against the Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins on December 10 at AMALIE Arena.

The Lightning will again play each of their Metropolitan Division opponents within the Eastern Conference three times.   Tampa Bay will host the Washington Capitals, New Jersey Devils, Carolina Hurricanes and Columbus Blue Jacks twice, while playing host to the Penguins, New York Rangers, New York Islanders and Philadelphia Flyers once each, along with each Western Conference team.

The Lightning will play nine home games during the month of March, more than any other month.  With the exception of April (just six games total), Tampa Bay will play their least number of home games in October, with just four of nine contests being held at AMALIE Arena. The Bolts will host their longest home stand of the season with five games from December 28 through January 5. They will also play four strings of four home contests in a row.

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