Forward Pat Maroon is thrilled to be a part of an organisation that gives him a chance to continue his remarkable Stanley Cup success.
The Lightning are 15/2 to win the Stanley Cup this season which would be a third straight time and fourth for Maroon who also won the Championship before moving to Tampa Bay with St. Louis Blues in 2018/19.
Maroon signed a new two-year, $2-milion contract with the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday before insisting he wants more Stanley Cup glory.
The 33-year-old, who would have become an unrestricted free agent at the end of the current campaign, has scored 13 points (seven goals, six assists) in 45 games this season.
With a 30-10-6 record, the Lightning sit second in the Atlantic Division, three points behind leaders Florida Panthers with a game in hand.
In 164 regular season games with Tampa Bay, Maroon has scored 54 points (20 goals, 34 assists).
With so much recent playoff success, the 6'3" winger has amassed 74 post-season appearances over the last three seasons with 17 points (six goals, 11 assists).
In total, he has 260 points (108 goals, 152 assists) in 613 NHL regular season games with the Lightning, Blues, New Jersey Devils, Edmonton Oilers and Anaheim Ducks, and 44 points (19 goals, 25 assists) in 121 post-season games.
Maroon said to the media: "Me and my family love it here in Tampa.
"The organisation has been nothing but good to us and to be a part of such a great organisation itself, the opportunities they give you every single year to win and the players they provide to play with and the leadership here is nothing but remarkable."