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Things To Do This Weekend in Tampa | September 19 - 22
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11 hours ago Pedestrian hit by car on MLK Blvd. in Tampa
TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – A pedestrian was struck by a vehicle in Tampa on Friday morning. The extent of their injuries is unknown. The incident happened on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard at Coconut Palm Drive. It’s unclear if traffic is being affected. Further information was not immediately available. This is a developing story. […]
813Area has new update 11 hours ago Quick Strikes: Brayden Point and Lightning still not close to new contract according to agent
Another day, another vaguely worded update. The Bolts Brayden Point’s agent Gerry Johansson was on the radio in Vancouver yesterday and discussed the status of the young Lightning star’s contract negotiations. The conversation didn’t give us much new information. The two sides still appear stalled but the interview didn’t suggest any indications of animosity. “Well, we’re talking, I guess is the good news,” Johannson told Sportsnet 650 on Thursday. “We’re a ways apart right now. Like I say all the time, you can do a deal in a day if you’re so inclined. Things can move quickly but we’re not that close frankly.” This and other quotes in the piece don’t paint an encouraging picture of the status of the discussions. But they also don’t provide any reason to panic. At this point, with two preseason games already complete, it’s starting to look possible that Point won’t be signed before the start of the season. The opener is less than two weeks away and it seems increasingly likely that this negotiation will drag past that date. Of course, we thought that a few years ago with Nikita Kucherov and he signed two days before the season started so we still have time. The longer this process lasts, expect more non-updates like this. As the other restricted free agents sign, more attention will shift to Point and the Lightning. The less negotiation happens in the media, the better for both sides. And I don’t think anything in this interview rises to that level. Johnasson was cautious enough with his wording that it suggests he’s still confident a reasonable deal will get done at some point. In other news, The Hockey News is breaking down five year plans for all NHL teams and Steven Ellis tackled the Lightning yesterday. Lightning will need to do a bit of salary gymnastics to make everything work, but unlike some other top teams, the Lightning have a great prospect base to choose from when needed. The Prospects The Orlando Solar Bears signed Jake Marchment who is the nephew of former Lightning player Bryan Marchment. Marchment, 24, played the majority of the 2018-19 season with the Utah Grizzlies, posting 37 points (15g-22a) and 41 penalty minutes in 52 games, and netted one goal in three playoff contests. Marchment also skated in five games with the San Diego Gulls of the American Hockey League, notching two assists and 12 penalty minutes. The Game The biggest news of the day yesterday was the Ottawa Senators signing Thomas Chabot to an eight year extension worth eight million dollars per season. Chabot was one of the best young defenders in the NHL last season but doing this deal now is a little risky for both the player and the team. The Sens are betting that Chabot’s season last year wasn’t a fluke. If they’re right, this is going to be a great contract for the team long term. If he continues on his early career trajectory, Chabot is taking security now in exchange for leaving some money on the table long term. Overall, this is an understandable deal for both sides but it’s hard to look at how good Chabot was last year (7th among D in WAR) and not think the Sens came out on the better end of this one. That breeze you might be feeling in Ottawa is the collective sigh of relief from Senators fans that Thomas Chabot has been extended for a full eight years, and with plenty of time left on his current contract. The deal carries a cap hit of $8m per year. It starts at $7m in salary for the first two years, dips down to $4m for 2022-23 (the next year there could be a strike or lockout), $8m in 2023-24, $10m for 2024-25 through 2026-27 and back down to $8m in 2027-28. The deal appears to not contain any signing bonuses, but it does include a 10-team no trade list starting in 2024-25. In other restricted free agent news, the Colorado Avalanche and Mikko Rantanen appear to be in a similar spot to the Lightning and Point. Although the Lightning seem almost certain to eventually agree to a bridge deal with Point while Rantanen might still end up with a long term deal. #Avs made a long-term contract offer to Mikko Rantanen earlier this month, per our @PierreVLeBrun Pierre reports the Avs are not going to pay Marner money. https://t.co/tpwRhtSrOM— Ryan S. Clark (@ryan_s_clark) September 19, 2019 This weekend marks the kickoff of the Dream Gap Tour by the Professional Women’s Hockey Players’ Association. The Ice Garden has a detailed preview of the action including how you can watch. The talent level in these games will be impressive and if you’re looking for hockey to watch this weekend, it won’t get better than this. Team Poulin is essentially made up of last year’s Canadiennes team, with some notable additions like Markham Thunder’s and Team Canada’s Laura Stacey and rookie Emily Clark, who just finished her career with the Wisconsin Badgers. The team’s GM, Meg Hewings, was with Les Canadiennes starting in 2010, so it’s no surprise that she’s involved with the Quebec-based PWHPA players. The team will be coached by Valérie Bois, who was an assistant coach with last season’s Canadiennes team. Like the 2018–19 Canadiennes, this team will be a force to be reckoned with. Surely they have the most impressive goaltending tandem of the group — with Team Canada’s Geneviève Lacasse and Emerance Maschmeyer — and they don’t lack for scoring with players like Hilary Knight, Marie-Philip Poulin, Ann-Sophie Bettez, and Mélodie Daoust. And finally, despite not playing last night, the Lightning still managed to take a penalty. Jon Cooper is not going to be happy about this. It's the preseason for all of us... even rookie ref Dan Kelly, who called a penalty against Tampa during Panthers/Habs: pic.twitter.com/rESKLpk7YK— Scouting The Refs (@ScoutingTheRefs) September 20, 2019
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LARGO, Fla. (AP) — A Florida man has been sentenced to 30 year in prison for killing a neighbor over a yard-work debt. The Tampa Bay Times reports that 42-year-old Michael Harbaugh was sentenced Wednesday after pleading guilty to murder and solicitation to commit murder. His trial was set to begin next week. Investigators say Harbaugh killed […]
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Del Frisco's Grille | Tampa
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Bartaco | Hyde Park has new update
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Who says there needs to be a game on for a taste of #bartacolife? Spice up your next lunch meeting at the office, fall picnic or backyard birthday bash and feel transported to the beaches of Brazil with fresh, upscale street food.
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Huddle up with flavorful, crowd-pleasing eats like guacamole, salsa and chips, tacos, grilled corn, black beans and more – all available a la carte for $14/person (with a 10 person minimum) via our website or the bartaco mobile app.
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5 Great Ideas from Digital Summit Tampa 2019
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Brittany Reed on Sweet Soul
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Sweet Soul
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This is the best acai bowl/smoothie bowl place in Tampa! Sweet Soul has so many different topping choices and their chia seed pudding is delish!

Pros: Topping choices, food quality, clean

Cons: N/A

Dulce Lucas on Brick House Tavern & Tap
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Brick House Tavern & Tap
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Brick House is located in a great center! It's 5 minutes away from the Tampa International Plaza and Westshore Plaza as well. Right next to Target, Whole Foods, Home Goods, Walmart and more! The food selection is delicious and their happy hour is a reasonably priced with cocktails, beers and apps on special. The service is always amazing and they have the prettiest girls working!

Pros: Selection of foods. Ranging from Thai Chicken Salad, 1/2 rack of ribs, chicken pot pie which is a classic there and many more. They always deliver fast and great service.

Cons: Football Sunday. The atmosphere is what you would expect a local sports bar would be on a football Sunday. Not saying it's not fun, because they are the best days to go in, but the parking is horrid and the service isn't the best because it is so busy but other than that there are no other cons.

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