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Clark Brooks

Clark is originally from Benton Harbor, Michigan but has lived in the Tampa Bay area for over 20 years now. That means he has fond memories of watching the Tampa Tarpons play at Al Lopez Field and the Buccaneers in orange uniforms doing whatever you want to call what they were doing in Tampa Stadium. Over the years he's written about sports in the Tampa Bay area in a number of different forums: * Featured columnist ("Deep in the Cheap Seats" - minor league baseball), America On Line, 1999-2002 * Featured columnist ("Clark Calls It" - Tampa Bay Devil Rays), www.devilrays.com, 2001 * Featured columnist ("Struck By Lightning" - Tampa Bay Lightning), Tampa Bay Sports Network, 2001-2002 * "Fan Phases: Exhibition Season" an article published in the May-June 2001 issue of Rays magazine, official game program of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays He also helped produce "Ten at the Top in Tampa Bay", a documentary film project to celebrate women leaders and promote mentoring, and has had articles published at local web sites "Sticks Of Fire" and "Brand Tampa", as well as his own "Ridiculously Inconsistent Trickle of Consciousness", a somewhat silly look at pop culture and current events that several otherwise reasonable people claim to enjoy.

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Boston Takes Late Lead On Power Play Goal

Boston Power-Play Goal – Mark Recchi (7), unassisted at 19:40. :20 Remaining, 3rd period. Boston 4, LIGHTNING 3..

St. Louis Ties It Up For The Lightning, Now 3-3

Tampa Bay Goal – Martin St. Louis (15), from Steven Stamkos and Pavel Kubina at 10:50. 9:10 Remaining, 3rd period.LIGHTNING 3, Boston 3.

Boston Back On Top Again, 3-2, Early In The 3rd

Boston Goal – Brad Marchand (5), from Shawn Thornton and Gregory Campbell at 3:00. 17:00 Remaining, 3rd period. Bostion 3, LIGHTNING 2.

Lecavalier Wrap-Around Goal Ties It Up For The Lightning

CORRECTION: After a review, assists were credited to Sean Bergenheim and Pavel Kubina. Tampa Bay Goal – Vincent Lecavalier (7), unassisted at 14:02. 5:58 Remaining, 2nd period.LIGHTNING 2,...

Boston Re-Takes The Lead 2-1

Boston Goal – Steven Kampfer, from Marc Savard and Nathan Horton at 3:27. 16:33 Remaining, 2nd period. Boston 2, LIGHTNING 1.

Stamkos Scores On The Power Play To Tie It Up

CORRECTION: After a review, the assists went to Malone and Brett Clark, not Purcell. Tampa Bay Power-Play Goal – Steven Stamkos (29), from Ryan Malone and Tedy Purcell 7:10. 12:50 Remaining, 1st...

Bruins Open Scoring On Early Power Play Goal

Boston Power-Play Goal – Michael Ryder (11), from Mark Recchi and Dennis Seidenberg at :28. 19:32 Remaining, 1st period. Boston 1, LIGHTNING 0.

Sutter Resigns; Former Lightning GM Taking Over Reigns In Calgary

NHL.com is reporting that Calgary Flames executive vice president and general manager Darryl Sutter has resigned and former Tampa Bay Lightning general manager Jay Feaster has been appointed acting...

Bucs Still Alive: The Task Isn't Simple, But The Answer Is

Now that the Saints have beaten the Falcons, thereby punching their ticket to the playoffs, one spot remains: the #2 wildcard. And the Buccaneers still have a shot at claiming it, although it's...

Top Five: Tampa Bay Area Sports Bars

The NFL playoffs are right around the corner and you may be seeking a place with a convivial atmosphere, good food and cold drinks where you can enjopy the games. Here are the Top Five in Tampa Bay.

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