The Tampa Bay Lightning will kick off the 2014-15 NHL season on Thursday, October 9 at 7:30 p.m. when they take on division and intra-state rival, the Florida Panthers, at Amalie Arena. Fans are encouraged to arrive early
Off The Post is a feature that gives an in-depth look at specific topic regarding the Tampa Bay Lightning or the NHL. This is the worst time of the season for Tampa Bay Lightning head coach Jon Cooper, more
Ryan Callahan joined the guys on NHL and discussed a variety of topics surrounding the Tampa Bay Lightning as they prepare to open the season Thursday night against the Florida Panthers.
The Tampa Bay Lightning begin their regular season on Thursday night against the Florida Panthers. Team Captain Steven Stamkos believes the team is ready.
The Tampa Bay Lightning were flying and were aggressive on the puck and it paid off in the second half of a “home and home” series with their “rivals” the Florida Panthers. Steven Stamkos, J.T. Brown and Nikita Kucherov
Lightning Finish Preseason 5-1-0 Allowing Just 8 Goals Against The Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Florida Panthers by a final score of 4-1 on Saturday night in the teams final tune up before Thursday nights season opener. The Bolts fell behind
Nikita Kucherov has impressed Bolts coach Jon Cooper with his offense and defense this preseason. Now, can he keep it going come season opener?
The Tampa Bay Lightning increased their lead by one and lead the Florida Panthers 4-1 as the two teams enter the third period.
Nikita Kucherov leads the Tampa Bay Lightning in scoring in the 2014-2015 preseason with five goals. Two of those goals occurred Thursday night in the game against their rivals Florida Panthers. The 21-year-old winger scored in the third period, bringing the
“Flash of Lightning” is a quick feature that previews a specific player or trade regarding the Tampa Bay Lightning. Last year, there were two players in particular that took the NHL by storm and surprise simultaneously and both were