Lightning's All-Black Line Makes NHL History Against Panthers

Mathieu Joseph, Gemel Smith and Daniel Walcott made NHL history on Monday night.
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Mathieu Joseph, Gemel Smith and Daniel Walcott made NHL history on Monday night.

The three forwards formed the first ever all-Black forward line to start an NHL game, according to Tampa Bay Lightning play-by-play broadcaster Dave Randorf.

After the game, a jubilant Joseph commented on the importance and the significance of the moment. After the game, a jubilant Joseph commented on the importance and the significance of the moment.

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