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3 on 3 Presented by Chase

Lightning player Blake Coleman shares his top 3 memories from the playoffs and winning the 2020 Stanley Cup.

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Text on screen:

3 On 3 – Presented by Chase.

Logo:

The Chase octagon symbol.

On screen:

Radio Analyst Caley Chelios (a blonde woman with green eyes) share a two-way split screen with Ice Hockey Forward, Blake Coleman, for a virtual interview. Coleman is a bearded man with blue eyes.

Caley Chelios:

Hi everyone, I'm Caley Chelios and joining me for this edition of "3 on 3 – Presented by Chase" is Tampa Bay Lightning's Stanley Cup champion Blake Coleman. Blake, we know it was a long journey in the bubble to eventually win the Stanley Cup. Can you take us back down that journey and just talk about your top moments of the playoffs?

On screen:

Blake Coleman speaks remotely from his home.

Blake Coleman:

Yeah. Obviously it's been a little bit of time now so able to digest it a little bit, but...it still feels like every person you come across that you haven't seen is wanting to relive it and talk about it.

On screen:

A montage shows Coleman and members of the Tampa Bay Lightning ice hockey team skating onto the rink.

Blake Coleman:

So I have it all kind of in the forefront of my mind still, but… yeah I know we're talking about the top, top moments. And there were a lot of good ones.

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A montage shows a fast-paced game between Tampa Bay Lightning and the Boston Bruins. Coleman dives onto a puck and slides into the goal net with it!

Blake Coleman:

But I think the ones that really stuck out for me were my first playoff win as a Bolt. Obviously the first game went to five overtimes. And that was a pretty historic game, our first experience with no fans.

On screen:

A montage of an ice hockey game shows Coleman defending his puck from an approaching player in a stadium without spectators and a large sign reading, "Stanley Cup Playoffs 2020. It's Time for the 7th Period Stretch."

Blake Coleman:

Just a unique experience and one of those games where it kind of bonds the team cause it's so long and so grueling. And thankfully Pointer was able to put one away and give us our first win. And I guess the next big thing would be weighting the cup. I mean it was… it's what you dream of. When you're a kid playing street hockey in front of the house in the cul-de-sac and you're dreaming of scoring the goal in the Stanley Cup final, and winning the cup and raising it. It seems like a far-off dream.

On screen:

The Tampa Bay Lightning players excitedly cheer at the end of a winning hockey game against the Columbus Blue Jackets.

Blake Coleman:

Obviously it still just doesn't feel real sometimes. I gotta remind myself that it happened and, like I said, people remind me all the time.

On screen:

Tampa Bay Lightning team members, managers, and staff cheer, wave their arms, and share group hugs.

Blake Coleman:

But it's special, it's an honor to be a part of that club. First getting off the plane, seeing your family. I had-- my family flew in from Texas and so when I got off the plane, they were all there. My wife and my daughter were there and poor girl hadn't slept in… looked like all day she was so tired. I was able to put her in the cup which was kind of my dream. She was so little she'd just pop right in. That's a special memory, it's something that we'll share forever.

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Coleman's smiling wife and baby daughter stand with the Lightning's team mascot, a yellow lightning bug costumed character. At an airport tarmac, Coleman walks from a small plane to hug his wife and daughter. Coleman holds his baby girl in the air and then kisses her. She wears infant Tampa Bay Lightning clothing.

Blake Coleman:

And then right after that, I just remember putting her on my shoulder and she just instantly fell asleep on me. It's actually the only time she's done it since being three months old or so. So it's something I cherish. But she was just-- it was kind of just a symbol of how I felt. I just remember thinking at the time I was so exhausted from just that playoff run and how many games. It's tough on you. Her falling asleep was just that's how I felt inside. [chuckles] It's like--

Caley Chelios:

Sounds awesome.

On screen:

A video clip shows Coleman's wife taking a picture him as he slowly skates on the rink, holding their daughter close to his chest.

Blake Coleman:

But yeah, that was special.

Caley Chelios:

Blake, thank you so much for your time and everything. Stay safe and healthy, and hopefully we'll see you at training camp.

Blake Coleman:

Alright, sounds good. Thank you Caley.

Text on screen:

3 On 3 – Presented by Chase.

Logo:

The Chase octagon symbol.

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Relive the moments

Helping the Tampa Bay Community

Chase teamed up with hunger relief organization Feeding Tampa Bay and Lightning fans to work toward a hunger-free Tampa Bay community by 2025.

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Text on screen:

Thank You!

Logos:

Chase. Feeding Tampa Bay.

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An announcer speaks as a montage shows volunteers working at a mobile food pantry outside the Tampa Bay Lightning Amalie Arena. A large food truck displays signs reading: "Chase: Driving Out Hunger" and "Feeding America: Tampa Bay."

Host:

Tonight's food drive as we partner with Chase and Feeding Tampa Bay. Your donations are critical to provide healthy and nutritious assistance to help the needy.

On screen:

A man and woman in "Bolts" T-shirts drop off food donations to volunteers wearing shirts reading: "JPMorgan Chase & Co. - Good Works."

Host:

As one of our nation's top 20 hunger relief organizations, Feeding Tampa Bay serves more than 650,000 food insecure in our 10-county service region for an array of client choice programs in a network of 500 agency partners. In 2019/2020, Feeding Tampa Bay will deliver over 60 million meals to our struggling neighbors who would otherwise go hungry.

On screen:

"Good Works" volunteers hold up T-shirts. One displays a "Bolts" logo. One reads: "Chase – Proud Community Partner." A stylish couple visits the volunteer's table to donate a bag of groceries to the food drive.

Host:

Together we've enacted a hunger-free Tampa Bay for all of our neighbors to have health and capability by 2025. Right now, I am joined by Feeding Tampa Bay President and CEO, Thomas Mantz. Thank you so much for being here with us.

On screen:

The Tampa Bay Lightning announcer speaks to a man with short silver hair.

Text on screen:

Thomas Mantz, President and CEO, Feeding Tampa Bay.

Thomas:

It's really good to be here. Thanks for having us.

Host:

Well, Thomas, real quick – Feeding Tampa Bay is one of the largest food recyclists. What does that mean?

Thomas:

Well, the great thing about what we do is that we take the food that would otherwise end up in a landfill. It’s still perfectly good. Maybe it’s got the date, uh …but we can still get it to the folks that might otherwise not be able to afford food, but we can make sure they have it.

Host:

Fantastic. Now also, like you said, we imagine a hunger-free Tampa Bay by 2025. How are we going to accomplish that?

Thomas:

We go back to that question you just asked me. There’s more than enough food to feed everybody. More than enough. Our job is to make sure we get it and get it to the folks who need it. And we think we can build an enduring source of food by 2025.

Host:

We are excited to be partners with Feeding Tampa Bay and we’ve got the best fans here in all the states and you guys always come out here. So, once again, Lightning fans, thank you so much for donating and thanks to our friends at Feeding Tampa Bay for all they do for our Tampa Bay Community.

On screen:

Mr. Mantz claps as the video concludes.

Text on screen:

Thank You!

Logos:

Chase. Feeding Tampa Bay.

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Chase Veteran Home Award

At the annual Lightning Military Appreciation Night, Chase and Building Homes for Heroes presented this Tampa military veteran and his family with a mortgage-free home.

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Text on screen:

Chase. Military Presentation: Building Homes for Heroes.

Host:

Fans, once again on our annual military appreciation night, we are teaming up with our friends at Chase and Building Homes For Heroes for a very special presentation. Building Homes For Heroes is a national non-profit organization that provides homes and support to veterans and their families. Tonight, we are thrilled to honor U.S. Air Force Technical Sergeant Eric Fisher.

On screen:

A photo shows a man with short dark hair and blue eyes, Eric Fisher, in formal military evening dress.

Host:

Eric joined the military out of high school in 1984, serving our country for 30 years before discharging in 2014.

On screen:

Photos show Eric riding in an armored vehicle and Eric wearing a neck brace and recovering in a hospital bed with his service dog.

Host:

Despite a series of very serious injuries and illnesses seen during his service, Tech Sargent Fisher received the Meritorious Unit Award, the Outstanding Unit Award with two oak leaf clusters, and the Afghanistan Campaign Medal with service star among many others.

On screen:

Photos show Eric holding the Wisconsin State flag, attending a Christmas party with his extended family, and posing with his smiling dark-haired wife and white and black dog.

Text on screen:

USAF Technical Sergeant Eric Fisher and Family – Mortgage Free Home Recipients.

Host:

Right now, please join us in welcoming Eric, his wife Caroline, and his service dog Lola as we now officially present the commemorative key to their new mortgage-free home in Sebring, Florida, which they will officially move into next week! To make the presentation, please welcome on behalf of Chase: Market Director Mike Grey and Vice President Nichole Harmon. And for our building homes for our heroes, Kim Valdyke.

On screen:

Eric, Carloyn, and Lola stand next to Chase Market Director, Mike Gray (a man with salt-and-pepper hair) and VP Nicole Harmon (a woman with straight brown hair.) The Chase executives hold a large blue commemorative key marked with the Chase logo and octagon symbol. A woman with light curly hair, Kim Valdyke from "Building Homes for Heroes," smiles and waves.

Host:

Congratulations Eric and to your family, and all of our military veterans and their families who give up so much to protect our freedom. Thank you for all of your service.

On screen:

Mike Gray gives Eric a friendly pat on the back.

Text on screen:

Chase. Military Presentation.

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New Youth Hockey Rinks

In honor of Hockey Week, Chase and the Tampa Bay Lightning dedicated the Ruskin Recreation Center as one of three new outdoor hockey rinks for kids in the community.

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Side note:

Background music plays.

Text on screen:

Bolts on the Scene.

On screen:

A montage from February 10th, 2020 shows a diverse group of children, park administrators, and city officials gathered at an outdoor ball hockey rink. A sign reads: "Hillsborough County Florida. Beaudette Park. Ruskin Recreation Center. 901 6th Street, S.E. Recreation and Neighborhood Parks Department." The children wear T-shirts reading: "Vamos Bolts!"

Jay:

Welcome to the Ruskin Recreation Center and our new Tampa Bay Lightning outdoor ball hockey rink. This is the third outdoor rink that we've been able to dedicate so far and we have two more that we're going to do over the next seven days.

On screen:

At the rink, children practice hitting a rubber ball around plastic orange cones, using hockey sticks. Then, a brown-eyed man who keeps his head shaved, Dexter Barge.

Text on screen:

Dexter Barge, Assistant Hillsborough County Administrator.

Dexter:

To the young people that are in the audience, this is really a great day for you as well because some communities never get introduced to the game of hockey. And this is an opportunity for you to learn a sport. And who knows? Maybe one day you'll be like Mr. Andreychuk, having been the captain of the Tampa Bay Lightning. You never know.

On screen:

At the rink, a young man shows a little girl how to hold a ball hockey stick. Then, a man with short black hair and brown eyes, Rick Valdez.

Text on screen:

Rick Valdez, Director, Hillsborough County Parks & Recreation

Rick:

We're always look for opportunities to expand our amenities and bring new programs out into our communities. The Ruskin Recreation Center has always been the cornerstone of the Ruskin community. And this is just making it better.

On screen:

A montage from February 14th, 2020 shows children and volunteers, practicing outdoor ball hockey at the Rowlett Park Activity Center. A man with salt and pepper hair and blue eyes, Steve Griggs, speaks into microphones at a podium.

Text on screen:

Steve Griggs, Lightning CEO.

Steve:

Out number one goal is to continue to grow the game of hockey. In 2015 under Jay, our focus really became, "OK, how do we grow youth hockey?" We've had 160,000 hockey sticks in the hands of kids around this community. So what did we have to do next? We had to build some rinks to make sure they had a place to play.

On screen:

A child hits a rubber ball into a hockey net and high fives a young coach. Then a woman with light hair and glasses, Jane Castor, speaks at a podium.

Text on screen:

Jane Castor, Mayor of Tampa.

Jane:

It's critically important that we have these constructive outlets for kids to go out and enjoy everyday. Athletics are incredibly important because it keeps you healthy, it helps your mind grow. So I am so happy with our parts in recreation and all the opportunities that they give to kids every single day to grow your bodies and your mind.

On screen:

A montage shows adult volunteers giving one-on-one hockey instructions to kids and boys and girls taking turns practicing ball hockey techniques. Now, a man with a light goatee and wears a business suit and "Bolt" cap, John Allen.

Text on screen:

John Allen, Tampa Recreation Manager.

John:

You know, when I was a kid, we didn't have this. And to have hockey be as large as it is in Tampa and have the Lightning here to support it, that's tremendous. Something that I think is going to impact all of our kids and I think them learning on that and learning on this. I mean they've been on basketball courts learning, wherever we had space learning. But to actually have a rink and see this like this, it's going to be, like I said, a huge impact to our kids in our community.

On screen:

A young girl prances gleefully around a ball hockey rink after her team makes a goal. Then, a montage from February 14th, 2020 shows kids playing in an outdoor ball hockey rink at the Brandon Community Center and Sportsplex. NExt, a man with short hair, glasses, and gray blazer, Jay Feaster, speaks at a podium.

Text on screen:

Jay Feaster, VP of Community Hockey Development.

Jay:

Today is not only an exciting day in that's the opening of this great outdoor rink. Today also marks the culmination of the first ever hockey week in Tampa Bay.

On screen:

A montage shows a rubber hockey ball decorated with a logo reading "Street Lightning" and a young boy dressed in hockey gear. Then, a woman with short curly hair and wearing s a shirt reading: "Hillsborough County Florida Parks and Recreation," Debra Harrison.

Text on screen:

Debra Harrison, Jackson Springs Community Center.

Debra:

We cannot be more excited that we have the support of the Lightning because they have been to our parks, they have given us support, they have given us sticks and equipment. And this wouldn't be possible for some of our parks without everything that they have done for us. So we so, so appreciate what they've done for us and their continued support of Parks and Rec. We love it.

On screen:

A man, wearing a T-shirt reading "Street Team," coaches children at the Sadie Park "Lightning Made" Street Hockey Rink. Then, a close-up of Jay.

Jay:

The whole idea is that we want youth, and adults for that matter, to be able to play. This is something that we want to be a long-term legacy and have the community enjoy.

On screen:

Two teams of energetic children play a ball hockey match in an outdoor rink.

Jay:

So with that, we'll finish by saying those words we all love to hear: let's play hockey! All right, thanks everybody.

On screen:

After playing, the kids-high five their competitors from the opposing hockey team.

Text on screen:

Bolts on the Scene.

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Small Business Night

Chase recognized and awarded a $10,000 grant to Symphonic Distribution, an independent music distribution and marketing company that puts music and people over profits.

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Text on screen:

Chase. Small Business Recognition: Symphonic.

On screen:

Photos show events hosted by Symphonic Distribution, including a convention booth (offering free promotional merchandise) and a panel discussion at Rapcon 2019 titled "Indie vs. Major in the D.I.Y Era."

Host:

Hey fans! Chase for Business and the Lightning are teaming up to honor one of Tampa's premier small businesses. Symphonic Distribution is an independent music distribution and marketing company founded by former music producer Jorge Brea in 2006.

On screen:

A photo shows the inside of Symphonic's spacious, comfortable headquarters.

Host:

Headquartered in Tampa, Florida with offices in Brooklyn, Denver, Nashville, and Bogotá, Symphonic provides thousands of new and established record labels, managers, and individual artists with global music and video distribution to hundreds of retail and streaming platforms, as well as playlist pitching, release promotion, and a full suite of label services.

On screen:

A photo shows one of Symphonic's offices artistically decorated with wall-sized murals.

Host:

They're very appreciative of their partnership with Chase Bank and rely on Chase for all of their banking needs. Please welcome from Chase Bank: Christien Wing, Vice President, Business Banking, and Dan Russell, Vice President and Area Manager, Business Banking…

On screen:

At a Presentation Event, a woman with long brown hair, Christen Wing, and a man with short black hair, Dan Russel, hold an over-sized ceremonial check.

Text on screen:

Christen Wing and Dan Russel, Chase Bank.

Host:

...as we present Jorge Brea, Taylor Garland, and Julio Brea-Perez from Symphonic Distribution…

On screen:

Jorge (a man with short hair) Taylor (a tall, dark-haired man) and Julio (a man with brown eyes) smile wildly. A flashing blue sign in the background displays the Chase octagon symbol and the text "Chase. Make More Of What's Yours. Visit tampabaylightning.com/chase to learn more."

Host:

...a grant of $10,000 to assist with their business goals. Distribution redefined. We place music and people over profits. For more info, visit symphonicdistribution.com.

On screen:

At the Tampa Bay Lightning Amalie Arena, spectators cheer as the Chase executives present the enormous-sized $10,000 check.

Logo:

Symphonic.

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