Ryan Callahan, James Reimer

BREAKING: Lightning’s Callahan Out Indefinitely

News broke late Monday evening as Tampa Bay Lightning F Ryan Callahan is out indefinitely due to having an emergency appendectomy. He wasn’t at this morning’s practice along with captain Steven Stamkos and Brian Boyle. According to reports, he felt


Lightning’s Puck Possession Difference So Far

Off The Post: Lightning’s Puck Possession Needs To Change The pressure is on for the Tampa Bay Lightning, even if they don’t seem to be worried. The Montreal Canadiens have outplayed them in every game of the series so far and the Lightning

Jon Cooper

Lightning Need To Find Their Way

Lightning Need To Find Themselves There’s always a part in the sports movie where the athlete looks into the mirror and decides what’s really important to him or her. For example in the movie Major League 2, the sequel


Lightning Fall To Habs, Head Back Home

The Tampa Bay Lightning left on their way to the city of Montreal and before they left, they had a message. They spoke of how they needed to play better, play more desperate. If one were to look at

Ben Bishop pulled from Game 4

Lightning Have Found Their Goalie

Flash of Lightning: Looks Like Lightning Have Their Guy When it comes to the NHL Playoffs, teams need a save. It sounds so simple as goalies make many saves throughout the playoffs and some of them are great and


Brian Boyle’s Jimmy Fallon Appearance

Brian Boyle makes an appearance on Jimmy Fallons' Superlative List on the Tonight Show.


Jon Cooper Believes In Lightning’s Resilience

Tampa Bay Lightning Coach Jon Cooper spoke after the Lighting fell to the Montreal Canadiens 6-2 and says he believes his team will bounce back.


Steven Stamkos Says Lightning Got What Was Coming

The Tampa Bay Lightning lost an opportunity to close out the Montreal Canadiens at Amalie Arena. Team Captain Steven Stamkos talks about what the Bolts have to do to close out Habs.


Lightning’s Play Allow Habs Back In Series

It finally caught up with them. For the last two games the Tampa Bay Lightning played fast and loose and this time the Montreal Canadiens got the bounce and made them pay in a 6-2 loss. The loss ensured

Ben Bishop pulled from Game 4

Lightning’s Ben Bishop Pulled After Surrendering 3 Goals

The Tampa Bay Lightning pulled goalie Ben Bishop midway through Game 4 against the Montreal Canadiens after he surrendered three goals.