Tampa Bay Lightning 2004 Stanley Cup Champs Panoramic Poster Print - Everlasting Images

Tampa Bay Lightning 2004 Stanley Cup Champs Panoramic Poster Print - Everlasting Images

  • USD $39.95
Publisher: Everlasting Images Inc., released June 2004
Size: 13½" x 39" Panorama
Condition: Brand New! Printed on premium-quality gallery stock.

Item #: EI154


STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS 2004
Game 7 - June 7, 2004 - Final Score: Lightning 2 - Flames 1
A Panoramic View in Tampa, Florida - The Rob Arra Collection

Tampa Bay fans, rejoice! Just a year and a half after the Buccaneers destroyed the Oakland Raiders in the Super Bowl, Southwest Florida celebrated its second major championship, when the Lightning held on to beat the Calgary Flames in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals. It was a magical year for the young, super-talented, super-confident, high-flying, tough-as-nails Lightning, who shook off a mid-season slump to prove that their President's Trophy was no mirage. The Snowbirds may have already flown home to the Great White North for the summer...but they left behind the best hockey team in world, and the trophy that commemorates supremacy in the Canadian game!

For true fans of the franchise that got no respect throughout its history, right up until Lord Stanley's cup was handed over, this panoramic print is a must for your wall! From just minutes after the final siren, it features superstar sniper Vincent Lecavalier raising the cup on high, to the euphoric delight of his teammates, coaching staff, team officials, and the packed house at the St. Pete Times Forum, who were continuing the deafening roar that characterized every game in the amazing playoff run. For fans of Nikolai Khabibulin, Martin St. Louis, Brad Richards, Darryl Sydor, Dan Boyle, Pavel Kubina, Fredrik Modin, Cory Stillman, Dave Andreychuk, Coach John Tortorella, and the rest of the Bolts, this poster will bring back a flood of sweet memories with every glance. As with all entries in photographer Rob Arra's vast Everlasting Images collection, everything is in perfect focus, and as you pan across the image, you feel like you are actually there! It is a true work of photographic art, worthy of a nice frame and a prominent space on your wall (especially if you were there!).


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