Lightning players pulling down ice time for this season include forwards Evgeny Artyukhin, Ryan Craig, Adam Hall, Jeff Halpern, Jussi Jokinen, David Koci, Vincent Lecavalier, Ryan Malone, Matt Pettinger, Vaclav Prospal, Mark Recchi, Gary Roberts, Radek Smolenak, martin St. Louis, Steven Stamkos and Paul Szczechura. Defensemen include Steve Eminger, Jamie Heward, Lukas Krajicek, Marek Malik, Andrej Meszaros, Cory Murphy, Janne Niskala, Paul Ranger and Matt Smaby. Goalies include Olaf Kolzig and Mike Smith.
Currently none of the players are on the injured reserves list. Undoubtedly a great coach and support team plays an integral role lg hot and cold ac 1.5 ton. Lighting coaches and trainers include interim head coach Rick Tocchet, assistant coach Wes Walz, assistant coach Cap Raeder, video coach Nigel Kirwan, head athletic trainer Tom Mulligan, assistant athletic trainer Mike Poirier, massage therapist Mike Griebel, equipment manager Ray Thill, assistant equipment manager Clay Roffer and assistant equipment manager Rob Kennedy.
As the Lightning affectionately refers to them, there are more than a few players in the pipe for this team. Lightning forwards include Dimitri Bezrukov, Brandon Bochenski, Anton But, Justin Courtnall, Luca Cunti, Kyle De Coste, Mitch Fadden, Alexi Glukhov, Chris Gratton, Johan Harju, Blair Jones, Denis Kazionov, Dimitri Kazionov, Justin Keller, Alexander Killorn, Zenon Konopka, Chris Lawrence, Matt Marshall, Alexander Polushin, Pavel Sedov, Brandon Segal, Juraj Simek, Wyatt Smith, Vitali, Smolyninov, Matias Sointu, Ilya Solarev, Dana Tyrell, Albert Vishnyakov, Radim Vrbata and James Wright. Defensemen include Mark Barberio, David Carle, Justin Fletcher, Andreas Holmqvist, Scott Jackson, Vladimir Mihalik, Kevin Quick, Andy Rogers, Jay Rosehill, Michael Ward, John Wessbecker, Ty Wishart, Luke Witkowski and Jan Zapletal. Goalies include Riku Helenius, Torrie Jung, Vasily Koshechkin, Karri Ramo and dustin Tokarski.
The Lightning picked up a win against the Sabres and will finish out the month of january with games against the Hurricanes and Flyers both away and at home respectively. In February, the Lightning will hit the road and take to the ice as visitors against the Islanders, Penguins, Hurricanes, Oilers and Canucks. For the rest of the games in February, the Lightning will host games at home against the Islanders, Thrashers, Maple Leafs, Capitals, Blackhawks, Devils and Bruins. In March the Lightning will again head out on the road to play games against the Flames, Maple Leafs, Panthers, Canadiens, Capitals, Lightning and the Bruins. The month of March also holds many planned home games where the Lightning will play host to the Penguins, Blues, Hurricanes, Maple Leafs, Capitals, Thrashers, Blue Jackets and Senators.
In April, just five additional games mark the end of the 2008-2009 NHL season. At home the Lightning will finish out their season with away games against the Devils, Islanders and Thrashers; the latter of which is the final game scheduled for Saturday, April 11. The Lightning will also host the Penguins and the Capitals at home in April to complete the season. Hello again, time for another article about car covers. This week we will talk about the wet weather and how your car cover handles it. I live in Northern Arizona and we have been getting a lot of rain this year during the monsoon season. I have a waterproof cover for my Jeep and when it rains there is some moisture under it, I thought it was waterproof and it is, the moisture I’m seeing is condensation from the temperature change when the rainy weather come blowing in. Even though I live in Northern Arizona the day time temps can get up there around 102 degrees some days. And when the rainy weather come the temps will drop by 20 to 30 degrees and this can cause condensation to form under the cover. So it may look as if the cover is leaking but it’s not, if you give it some time after the rain has stopped and things start to dry out the cover is made to breath and this will wick away the condensation from under the cover
If you have a rain storm and the cover is wet and the day turns to night you will defiantly have condensation under the cover in the morning. The drop in temps will cause this to happen and if you can leave the cover on you will find it will dry out underneath in just a little while. If you live in parts of the country that gets very cold like below freezing you may find your cover stuck to the vehicle, this happens when during the day the sun warms up your vehicles finish and causes condensation to form under the cover and as the temps fall below freezing the cover freezes to your vehicles finish. If you have time to let the cover warm up it will come off your vehicle with out hurting the cover. But if you need to get the cover off right now we suggest pouring hot water on the cover to help it release from the finish. If you try to force the cover off you will damage it and it may lose it’s waterproofing capabilities.
There are two different types or waterproof covers, first there is the water resistant cover, this cover isn’t waterproof but it will help stop some of the water from getting underneath the cover and still will breath to help dry out after the storm. The true waterproof cover is 100% waterproof meaning that no water can get under the cover, but you will see condensation under it so don’t think it is leaking because it’s not. It also can breath and will dry out after just a little time. I get this question a lot about waterproof covers and they always think it’s leaking, so then I have to explain about the condensation factor. These water resistant and waterproof covers are also mildew and mold resistant and UV treated to stand up in all kinds of weather. When your cover gets wet you should try to dry it out before you fold it up or stuff it in the storage bag, this will help it to last longer and to maintain the waterproof treatment as well as the mold and UV treatment. We suggest if you can to leave the cover on the car until it is dry or if you must take it off wet, to lay it out unfolded so it can dry before storing it away.