Tampa Bay Lightning selects Venuetize for venue mobile app
Fans will enjoy a range of service that enhances the experience of a game at AMALIE Arena
January 18, 2017 (Tampa,FL) | Beginning today, Tampa Bay Lightning fans and other event goers visiting AMALIE Arena, will enjoy a new mobile experience that allows them to personalize their visit; pay for concessions and merchandise from their handheld device; and access a range of services that make planning and enhancing their experience at the arena much easier. The Lightning and AMALIE Arena have selected Venuetize, a mobile technology company dramatically improving the customer experience at shopping, entertainment, and sports venues. The Venuetize platform will provide a turnkey mobile experience for guests attending live events through a new AMALIE Arena app.
Lightning and Golden Knights meet tonight in matchup of two best teams in NHL
Tampa Bay Lightning rookie defenseman Mikhail Sergachev had all-but forgotten about the Bolts' last (and first) meeting with the expansion Vegas Golden Knights on December 19.
You remember the game, the one where the Lightning entered on a season-long seven-game road trip and were less than three seconds from leaving Las Vegas with at least a point and possibly two before the Golden Knights' Shea Theodore scored a power-play goal with 2.3 seconds left in a 4-3 loss for the Lightning.
Kid Rock to perform at 2018 Honda All-Star Game on Sunday, Jan. 28
Multiplatinum-selling singer/songwriter will perform during second intermission presented by TicketMaster
Multiplatinum-selling singer/songwriter Kid Rock will headline the entertainment for the 2018 Honda NHL® All-Star Game in Tampa on Sunday, Jan. 28, the National Hockey League announced tonight during NBCSN's pregame coverage of the Philadelphia Flyers-New York Rangers game. A portion of the second intermission presented by Ticketmaster® featuring Kid Rock will be televised as part of the 2018 Honda NHL® All-Star Game broadcast, which begins at 3:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, Jan. 28, on NBC in the U.S. and CBC, Sportsnet and TVA Sports in Canada.
NHL's Steve Mayer discusses how the NHL will merge with Gasparilla for the 2018 NHL All-Star Weekend
When the National Hockey League's Steve Mayer talks about the possibilities of merging All-Star Weekend with the City of Tampa's annual Gasparilla pirate festival later this month, his face lights up in a smile, his hands wildly gesticulate and the possibilities start flowing out at a machine-gun pace.
Mayer is the league's executive vice president and chief content officer and is responsible for creating a show, nay an experience, over the three-day All-Star Weekend in Tampa from January 26-28 that captivates traditional hockey fans while capturing new ones among the hundreds of thousands of people in Tampa for Gasparilla that might not otherwise think twice about the sport.
Prospect Roundup: Brett Howden keeps piling up points for Moose Jaw
After returning from World Juniors, Howden scored four goals in three games over the weekend
With an emphasis on drafting and developing, the Tampa Bay Lightning have created one of the strongest pipelines in the National Hockey League over the last few years. Each week, TampaBayLightning.com will provide statistical updates on key prospects throughout the Canadian Hockey League (CHL), the United States Hockey League (USHL), and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), and will highlight select players from the club's American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, the Syracuse Crunch.