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Tampa Bay Lightning raise money for Hurricane Dorian relief

You can enter the team's 50/50 raffle to support recovery efforts.
Credit: AP Photo/Chris O'Meara
Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Curtis McElhinney makes a save on a shot during the first day of training camp Friday, Sept. 13, 2019, in Brandon, Fla.

TAMPA, Fla. — The Tampa Bay Lightning organization is raising money for Hurricane Dorian relief and recovery.

The NHL team's upcoming 50/50 raffle, presented by Moffit Cancer Center, will benefit areas impacted by the storm. Half the proceeds will go to help those in need.

Beginning tonight, raffle tickets can be purchased online by clicking here

Tickets will stay on sale through the hockey team's preseason game on Friday, Sept. 20 against the Carolina Hurricanes. The winner will be announced in the game's third period. The winner doesn't have to be at the game to win.

The Lightning kicked off their Launch Weekend Friday with Family Fun Night at Sparkman Wharf.

Click here for full raffle details and rules.

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