This is Puckin' Around's Tribute Page to the 2004 Champions, the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Commentary done by uLAr.  Enjoy !
Dejected, Jarome Iginla watches on as the Tampa Bay Lightning are awarded the Stanley Cup after a heartbreaking 2-1 victory over the Calgary Flames in Game 7.

Tampa's Vincent Lecavalier (left) congratulates Calgary goaltender Mikka Kipprusoff (right) at the conclusion of one of the greatest Finals in the history of the NHL.
Acquired at the end of January to quarterback the Power Play & to bring some experience from being a Stanley Cup winner in 1999 with the Dallas Stars, Darryl Sydor (left) congratulates Flames captain Jarome Iginla (right).
Nikolai Khabibulin became the first Russian-born goaltender to win the Stanley Cup.
Martin St-Louis (left) celebrates with head coach John Torterella (right) who was smart enough to see something in the 5 foot-8 gamebreaker.  St-Louis was the NHL's top point-getter for 2003-04.
The NHL's "Little Engine That Could", Martin St-Louis hoists the Stanley Cup.
Vincent Lecavalier, who has been billed as one of the game's brightest future stars will have at least one  Stanley Cup ring before he retires, and I predict more great things are to come for the young star.  Lecavalier impressed everyone (including myself, perhaps his harshest critic) with his soft hands, amazing puck possession and incredible vision, setting up the winning goal in Game 7.
After 1597 regular season games played in the NHL, Tampa Bay captain Dave Andreychuk finally got to hoist the elusive Stanley Cup. 
Enforcer Andre Roy celebrates with another enforcer, Hulk Hogan ( Hogan's daughter sang the US & Canadian National Anthems in Tampa Bay during the Finals ).
P.E.I. native & favorite NHLer Brad Richards joins the elite club of Conn Smythe winners as he got the honor of being named 2004 Playoff MVP.
Stanley Cup.
Tampa Bay celebrate winning the Stanley Cup.