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Top Gems of the Year Voting

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For the Top 5 Lightning Gems of the Year, Presented By Ackerman Jewelers

Select your favorite Lightning moment from the 2012-13 season and cast your vote below. Vote as often as you would like and enter. Each entry also qualifies you for a chance to win a Tissot Watch.

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The Nominees for Top Gem of the Year

Vinny's 1,000 Career NHL Game

Vincent Lecavalier is given a Silver Stick by General Manager after playing in his 1,000th career NHL game. He is the 280th player in NHL history to reach the 1,000 game plateau and the 49th player to play 1,000 or more games for one NHL franchise.

Vinny's 1000th Game Tribute

RYAN MALONE GAME WINNER VS. OTTAWA

Ryan Malone scored twice, including the game-winner, as the Lightning handed the Ottawa Senators their first loss of the season on Jan. 25.

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BENOIT POULIOT CAPS COMEBACK OT WIN OVER FLORIDA

Benoit Pouliot scores his second goal, this time a game-winner 1:19 into overtime, as the Lightning rallied from behind to defeat the Florida Panthers 6-5 in South Florida.

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RICHARD PANIK'S FIRST CAREER NHL GOAL

Rookie Richard Panik gets his own rebound, swoops in behind the net and puts a backhand into the net for his career NHL goal. The marker stood up as the game winner as the Lightning defeated Carolina 5-2.

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NATE THOMPSON'S 2-GOAL, 3-POINT EFFORT IN 5-2 WIN OVER DEVILS

Nate Thompson scored twice and added an assist for his first career three-point game as Tampa Bay claimed a 5-2 decision over New Jersey.

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Tyler Johnson & Ondrej Palat Score 1st Career Goals vs. Carolina

Rookies Tyler Johnson and Ondrej Palat both score their first career NHL goals as the Lightning secure a 4-1 victory over Carolina.

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Steven Stamkos Scores Career Goal #200

Steven Stamkos scores his 200th career goal during the third period of a 4-2 win over the Philadelphia Flyers on March 18, 2013.

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Killorn Strikes With 15.1 Seconds Remaining

Rookie Alex Killorn takes the pass from Steven Stamkos and puts it past Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur to tie the game at 4 with 15.1 seconds remaining.

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Bishop Blanks Canes in Debut

Acquired in a trade on April 3, goaltender Ben Bishop made his Lightning debut on April 4, and in the process, tied a team record. Bishop stopped all 45 Carolina Hurricane shots he faced to lead the Bolts to a 5-0 win.

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