Lightning Complete OT Thriller Against Red Wings

It’s about effort in the playoffs. Each puck battle and each shot can create a change that forces the opposing team to make a change. It seemed like the Tampa Bay Lightning were never going to score again against


Lightning’s Success Lies In Playing Their Game

Off The Post: Lightning Need To Consistently Find Their Game It is frustrating. The Tampa Bay Lightning are down two games to one in a series that they could have been up two games to one. To make matters


Lightning Drop Game Three Against Red Wings

“Hockey is a game of inches,” Tampa Bay Lightning head Coach Jon Cooper said after his team beat the Detroit Red Wings in Game Two. It was a game of inches in Game Three as the Lightning lost to


Cooper: ”For Lightning To Succeed, All Must Buy In”

Off the Post: Cooper’s coaching style leads to players’ success Tampa Bay Lightning head coach Jon Cooper knows a thing or two about success. The former lawyer now turned professional hockey coach has led his team to two straight


Lightning Down Red Wings, Gets First Postseason Win

3 Stars: Lightning, Cooper Bounce Back For First Playoff Win Hockey is a funny game. Thursday, the Tampa Bay Lightning put 48 shots on net and could only come away with two goals in a loss. This time they

NHL Playoffs

Lightning Fall To Red Wings In Game One Due To Special Teams

It’s baffling. The Tampa Bay Lightning are the best team in the NHL when it comes to scoring goals. So why can’t they score on the power play? The Lightning lost to the Detroit Red Wings 3-2 and it


Despite Injuries, Lightning Mending At Right Time

Infirmary Report: Lightning On Road To Recovery Before Game 1 The Tampa Bay Lightning seem to run into a bit of an injury bug when it gets close to the playoffs. Last year, the team lost Ben Bishop to


Lightning Ready For Playoffs Due To Experience

Off The Post: They Have Learned From Their Mistakes It was a sweep. A promising season left to hang on a disappointing series against the Montreal Canadiens. The magic had run out. One of the worst ways to be


Playoffs Have Unexpected Feeling For Consistent Lightning

Off The Post: Lightning Can Look To Past Success For The Future “When it comes to human beings, the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior”- Complete Idiot’s Guide To Psychology. That quote may seem that it has


Lightning, Marchessault Beat Bruins In Shootout

3 Stars: Lightning Win Last Home Game It wasn’t about revenge for the Tampa Bay Lightning. It was business; plain and simple, according to Lightning head coach Jon Cooper. The Lightning had business that they wanted to attend to.