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Off The Post: No Surprises This Year Off The Post is a feature that gives an in-depth look at specific topic regarding the Tampa Bay Lightning or the NHL. Last year, the Tampa Bay Lightning exceeded expectations and surprised
“Flash of Lightning” is a quick feature that previews a specific player or trade regarding the Tampa Bay Lightning. Delayed gratification seems to be okay with the Tampa Bay Lightning. Especially when it comes to Jonathan Drouin, whom the
The Tampa Bay Lightning have assigned forward Jonathan Drouin to the Syracuse Crunch of the American Hockey League today, vice president and general manager Steve Yzerman announced. Drouin suffered a slight fracture in his right thumb and has been
Evgeni Nabokov showed that at 39 years old he still has what it takes stopping 23 of 25 shots but it wasn't enough as the Lightning fall 2-1 to New Jersey.
No one wanted it to be a revenge story; it was meant to be a statement game. Tampa Bay Lightning head coach Jon Cooper said it was a measuring stick game to find out how good the new look
Held Scoreless First Two Games Stamkos Breaks Out With Hat Trick With his family in town to celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving Steven Stamkos gave them something else to celebrate by scoring a natural hat trick in the first two periods
Steven Stamkos found the back of the net for the first time this season to put the Bolts up 2-0. They lead Montreal 2-1 at the first intermission.
Tampa Bay Lightning forward Ryan Callahan spoke to the media about what tonight's game against the Montreal Canadiens means.
Lightning goaltender Ben Bishop spoke to the media Monday morning after morning skate.
Tampa Bay Lightning goalie Ben Bishop is not a fan of the quick turnaround from overtime to shootout this year.