A healthy Ben Bishop is ready to ramp up activity as the season opener approaches for the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Tampa Bay Lightning goalie Ben Bishop spoke to the media during media day Thursday and he said he’s excited and ready to get back out on the ice with his teammates. “I’m able to practice with the guys and
Though Ben Bishop didn’t get an opportunity to lead the Tampa Bay Lightning in the playoffs because of a late season elbow injury, he hopes to this season.
The Tampa Bay Lightning will be well-represented at the 2014 NHL Awards Show Tuesday night at the Encore Theater inside the Wynn Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas (7 p.m., NBCSN). Lightning nominees include Jon Cooper (Jack Adams Trophy,
Tampa Bay Coach Welcomes Hockey Goalie When the Tampa Bay Rays played the Cardinals Tuesday night, Lightning goalie Ben Bishop made a special appearance at Tropicana Field and had the pleasure of meeting manager Joe Maddon. It’s hard to believe
TAMPA BAY – Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Ben Bishop underwent a successful procedure on Tuesday at the Cleveland Clinic to repair a torn ligament in his right wrist, the team announced today. The operation was performed by Dr. Thomas Graham.
Ben Bishop has begun practicing again but there is no chance he will start game 4.
Ben Bishop may not be playing in tonight’s playoff game, but the Tampa Bay Lightning goalie is on the ice Friday morning. The team Instagram shows us this photo of him shooting pucks with the goalie coach.
The Bolts' luck is still heading down with uncertainty around Ben Bishop's status.
The Tampa Bay Lightning goalie that has been nursing an upper body injury, did not play in Wednesday’s playoff game against the Montreal Canadiens. But today, Ben Bishop is in full pads for practice on the ice. Bay News