First time posting, so sorry if this is an uninteresting or overly long post!

The inspiration for this question was sparked by this answer given by Bruno Martelli in response to a question about horizontal surfaces in Seifert fibered spaces as the fiber of a fiber bundle over the circle with periodic monodromy.

When seeing Seifert fibered space and a surface bundle over the circle with periodic monodromy, torus knots in $S^3$ fit into this class and are well behaved. In Martelli's response however, he restricts to Seifert fibered spaces without boundary, so let's Dehn fill the torus knot, say $T(p,q)$ along boundary slope $\frac{r}{s}$.

Now if I remember correctly, we can't fill along $\frac{pq}{1}$ to get a closed Seifert fibered space, because it results in a connect sum of lens spaces from capping off the cabling annulus. Every other slope should yield a Seifert fibered space over $S^2$ with 3 singular fibers, a rather tricky class of Seifert fibered spaces. The surgered manifold should be a Seifert fibered space over the sphere as the underlying topological space for the torus knot's base orbifold was a disk, so Dehn filling the boundary should cap off the base orbifold's underlying topological space boundary to an $S^2$. Another way to see this is perhaps simply from the classification/construction of Seifert fibered spaces.

If $T(p,q)$'s exterior was $M_k$ we can give an easy van Kampen argument to yield a presentation for $\pi_1(M_k)$ as $<a,b |a^pb^q>$ where $a$ and $b$ are the classes of the singular fibers in the Seifert fibering of $M_k$. From here we should be able to give another Van Kampen argument to yield a presentation for the fundamental group of the the surgered manifold $M_k(\frac{r}{s})$, where we just add a relation to the previous presentation based on $\frac{r}{s}$. (EDIT, my original post had calculated $\pi_1(M_k(\frac{r}{s})) = <a,b |a^pb^q, a^rb^s>$, which I believe is wrong. I think mixed up the Heegard torus from the previous calculation with the knot's boundary torus so the new relation is wrong.)

I suppose geometrization in all its high powered glory may be able to tell us something about the geometry of $M_k(\frac{r}{s})$ based on this fundamental group calculation, if this presentation isn't too unpleasant. A more pedestrian understanding would be appreciated though, as I understand little about geometrization and how the geometry looks near the decomposing tori, and know nothing of how the geometries glue together coherently to produce whatever it is they produce.

So, I'm wondering if we can track through the construction of these Seifert fibered spaces through Dehn filling a trivial circle bundle over a pair of a pants with slopes $\frac{p}{q}$, $\frac{q}{p}$, and $\frac{r}{s}$, how the geometry changes, if we imagine that we start with a hyperbolic pair of pants $P$ with geodesic boundary. So onto the actual questions:

0.) Is there a way to see the geometry evolve as we fill $P \times S^1$?

1.) Of particular interest is the $\mathbb{H}^2 \times \mathbb{R}$ geometry that might arise, given that we can start with an $\mathbb{H}^2 \times \mathbb{R}$ geometry. Can the $\mathbb{H}^2 \times \mathbb{R}$ geometry ever show up in filled torus knots?

2.) It is known that torus knots are L-space knots, and so for every filling slope $\frac{r}{s} \geq pq-(p+q) = 2g-1$, where $g$ denotes the knot genus of $T(p,q)$, the surgered manifolds are L-spaces, is the class of possible geometries for the L-space slopes different from the class of geometries possible for the non-L-space slopes?

Algorithmic and computer methods for 3-manifolds. I think your geometric questions are already answered there, but additionally you can take a look at Scott'sThe geometry of 3-manifolds(Bull. LMS 15,1983). $\endgroup$