Jon Cooper

Lightning’s Cooper Likely To Win Jack Adams Award

Lightning head coach Jon Cooper has been selected as a favorite to win the Jack Adams Award this upcoming season. Cooper, who completed his first full season with the team last year, finished with a 46-27-9 record and led the

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Pro Sports Smart Spenders: Rays and Heat big winners

On April 24th Bloomberg Business Week published a very interesting and very detailed story on The Smartest Spenders in Sports in 2014. The in depth story was written by Ira Boudway, Evan Applegate, and Ritchie S. King three business

Ben Bishop

Ben Bishop Is “Ready To Go Next Year”

Tampa Bay Lightning Ben Bishop spoke to the media as he was clearing his locker out

The Bell Centre is the toughest place to play in all of the NHL according to a 2013 player poll.

From the Enemy Camp: “Montreal Looks for the Sweep”

On the front page of today’s Montreal Gazette there is a great deal of talk of sweeping Tampa Bay, down 0-3 in the series out of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. All the Lightning has to do is win a pressure


Filppula, Palat To Return For Game 1

Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Ben Bishop won’t play in Game 1 against Montreal tonight

Boston Bruins won the Stanley Cup in 2011 and Vegas odds makers like them to do it again in 2014.

NHL Playoffs: Vegas likes Boston to win it all

As the Tampa Bay Lightning get ready to open the 2013-2014 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs  by hosting  Montreal at the Tampa Bay Times Forum on Wednesday night. They do so as a decided underdog, the Las Vegas odds makers

The Lightning are a big hit at the box office. Could the Rays find a home and success in Tampa?

Lightning success could help the Rays case

The Tampa Bay Lightning might just be helping to make the case for the Rays that having a home in downtown can pay off at the gate. The Tampa Bay Times Forum has a capacity for hockey of 19,204


Tampa Bay Lightning Shut Out Again

The offensive play of the Lightning looks lost in a deep winter freeze.


Dave Andreychuk Discusses Martin St. Louis’ 1,000th Game

The Lightning broadcaster and former player talks about the historic moment

Tampa Bay Lightning center Steven Stamkos (91) celebrates with teammates after scoring against the Edmonton Oilers during the first period

Bolts roll over Oilers stay in first place

Steven Stamkos continued his recent tear by putting up two more goals to lead the Tampa Bay Lightning to a 4-2 decision over the Edmonton Oilers at Tampa Bay Times Forum.