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Bolts Slow Starts Catch Up, Fall to Red Wings 3-2

The Tampa Bay Lightning is at a critical juncture of the season. They have been sitting in a playoff spot all season long and are nearing the point where every point counts for all teams in the playoffs. They

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Lightning Survive Own Goal, Sabres 4-3

  It wasn’t pretty and it wasn’t how the Tampa Bay Lightning wanted to go about business as they played the Buffalo Sabres. The game went into the Twilight Zone as the Bolts spent most of the first period

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Sun Sports to Air “Inside the Lightning” Episodes

On Sunday, March 30, at 8:00 p.m., Sun Sports, the regional television home of the Tampa Bay Lightning, will premiere the next episode of “Inside the Lightning” upon conclusion of the Lightning vs. Detroit Red Wings game. Titled “We

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Callahan Shines, Salo Ends it in Shootout Against Islanders

The Tampa Bay Lightning has played really well this season but their Achilles seems to be their play in the second period and in the shootout. The Lightning gave up a goal roughly thirty seconds after taking the lead

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Video: Jon Cooper Post Game Interview 03-27

Jon Cooper's post game interview

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VIDEO: Ben Bishop Post Game Interview

Ben Bishop talks to the media about the game

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Bolts Hold Their Own Fate In Playoffs

The Tampa Bay Lightning are heading to the playoffs for the first time since 2010-2011. Much like that run in 2010, they weren’t expected to make the post season this year. The real question is how far can they

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Lightning Owner Selected for Award of Excellence

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Tampa Bay is pleased to announce that Tampa Bay Lightning owner Jeff Vinik has been selected to receive the 2014 Award of Excellence. The presentation will take place at the 15th annual Storybook Ball

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Lightning Fall to Pens 4-3 Due to Same Mistakes

Anders Lindback deserved better today as the Tampa Bay Lightning weren’t able to give him the support he needed. Instead of his brilliant performance in net being the highlight of the story it  has been reduced to a silver

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Game Update: Bolts, Pens Still Tied 1-1

The second period didn’t start as well as the first did for the Tampa Bay Lightning as they gave up a power play goal to Sidney Crosby as no one could block the shot from the point. G Anders