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Lightning Fall To Pens, Beat Themselves

“I don’t feel like they beat us,” Tampa Bay Lightning head coach Jon Cooper said to the media following his team losing to the Pittsburgh Penguins 6-3. “We beat ourselves. That’s it.” It’s hard to argue with that sentiment


3 Stars: “Triplet” Line Shines As Lightning Beat Sabres

The Tampa Bay Lightning ended 2014 how they started it—as one of the best teams in the league. The Lightning gave a dominating performance against the Buffalo Sabres in a 5-1 win. The Lightning has now won four in


3 Stars: Lightning Survive Slow Start, Beat Leafs

There are no easy games in the NHL. Matter of fact, Tampa Bay Lightning head coach Jon Cooper doesn’t believe in an easy nights or a night off. So when the Lightning were down to the Toronto Maple Leafs,


3 Stars: Bishop, Lightning Shine After Christmas

Tampa Bay Lightning goalie Ben Bishop wanted to play so badly before the three-day mandatory break.  Bishop had been out since December 15th with a groin strain he suffered during a contest with the Pittsburgh Penguins. He suited up


Lightning Sending Down Vasilevskiy The Right Move

Flash Of Lightning: Vasilevskiy Impresses But Sending Down Right Decision Andrei Vasilevskiy is good. He’s actually pretty good, with a dose of possibly awesome.  There are some prospects that have potential and then there are others who are expected


Lightning Blow Late Lead Against Islanders

The Tampa Bay Lightning needed to rebound after their loss to the New Jersey Devils. However, they weren’t able to overcome a team that played much better than them in the New York Islanders. The Lightning have struggled against


Special Teams Issue As Lightning Fall To Devils In Shootout

The Tampa Bay Lightning have a problem. Their special teams is costing them games left and right. Last night was no exception, as the Lightning fell to the New Jersey Devils 3-2 in a shootout. The Devils, behind backup


3 Stars: Vasilevskiy Shines in Debut

Jonathan Drouin to Steven Stamkos. That is a saying that Tampa Bay Lightning fans will come to know and appreciate. The new, down the road, dynamic duo shined for a game-tying goal against the Philadelphia Flyers. The Lightning ended

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Bishop Leaves Early, Lightning Lose To Pens

The Tampa Bay Lightning said that their real test would come when they played the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Pens, who gave the Lightning fits last year, picked up where they left off as they beat the Lightning 4-2. Not


Lightning Finding Solace In “Triplet” Line

Off The Post: Lightning’s “Triplet Line” Dominating Some lines in hockey are just really good.  Finding the right combination of players who not only compliment each but better each other is a tall task for any coach. Lightning head