Archive for the ‘Hockey’ Category

Kuch! One-Time!

Tampa, Fla. — With Ben Bishop off to the left coast and the ink still wet on the Brian Boyle deal that moved the fan favorite to the Great White North (Toronto eh),  the Lightning needed to focus on the Ottawa Senators. On a second period natural hat-trick by Nikita Kucherov and Andrei Vasilevskiy standing on his […]

LIGHTNING FORWARD RYAN CALLAHAN HAS FOLLOW UP PROCEDURE

  TAMPA BAY – Tampa Bay Lightning forward Ryan Callahan had a follow up surgical procedure on his right hip on Tuesday in New York, performed by Dr. Bryan Kelly at the Hospital for Special Surgery, vice president Steve Yzerman announced today.  Callahan is listed as out indefinitely. Callahan played 18 games with the Lightning […]

LIGHTNING ALUMNI SET TO TAKE ON BOSTON BRUINS ALUMS SATURDAY AS PART OF HOCKEY DAY IN TAMPA BAY

  TAMPA, FLA.  – Tampa Bay Lightning alumni will take on the Boston Bruins alumni as part of the third annual Hockey Day in Tampa Bay this Saturday, February 18 at AMALIE Arena.  Select alumni will also be practicing on Thursday at 9:30 a.m. at AMALIE Arena in advance of the game.   LIGHTNING ALUMNI […]

The Bishop takes the King

The Bishop takes the King

Tampa, Fla. — With trade talks littering the airwaves in Tampa, well maybe just our show, the Lightning came into tonight’s game still in last place in the Eastern Conference.   They are coming off a win Saturday in overtime against the Anaheim Ducks and looked to to make it back to back versus the Southern […]

Lightning Give Heart, Get Two Points

Lightning Give Heart, Get Two Points

  Tampa, Fla. — On Florida Hospital’s Heart Health Awareness Night the Tampa Bay Lightning is going to have a lot of heart not only tonight but over the next eight games till the trade deadline, to salvage a playoff chance. By the end of this month we should know if they are still alive for […]

LIGHTNING TO HOST HOCKEY DAY IN TAMPA BAY ON FEBRUARY 18

  Tampa, Fla. –The Tampa Bay Lightning will host the third annual Hockey Day in Tampa Bay on Saturday, February 18 at AMALIE Arena. The full-day event will begin at 9 a.m. with a 40-team Chase Street Hockey tournament on Ford Thunder Alley and end with a high school hockey match-up, the Lightning Cup Final, which […]

Unable to Spoil Boucher Homecoming

Unable to Spoil Boucher Homecoming

Tampa, Fla. — You know I would dislike to use the old “must win game” cliche as early as Ground Hog Day, but due to the Tampa Bay Lightning’s, well how do I say it, standings free fall… every game from here on out, is you know, that cliche.  Not only that as a story […]

Four Point Swing goes to the B’s

Four Point Swing goes to the B’s

Tampa, Fla. — It was an uneventful first period with the shot count Boston 4, Tampa 8.  It was somewhat at least refreshing the Lightning led the shot count.  The next forty minutes the Lightning go listless and only get 13 shots over the next forty minutes. Alex Killorn scored the lone goal for the […]

LIGHTNING RECALL DEFENSEMAN JAKE DOTCHIN FROM SYRACUSE

TAMPA BAY – The Tampa Bay Lightning have recalled defenseman Jake Dotchin from their American Hockey League affiliate, the Syracuse Crunch, vice president and general manager Steve Yzerman announced today. Dotchin, 22, has skated in three games with the Lightning this season, collecting six penalty minutes and four shots on goal. The 6-foot-3, 210-pound defenseman […]

Racine a Bolt

LIGHTNING ACQUIRE D JONATHAN RACINE, 6TH ROUND PICK IN 2017 FROM MONTREAL TAMPA, FLA. – The Tampa Bay Lightning have acquired defenseman Jonathan Racine, along with a sixth-round selection in the 2017 NHL Draft, from the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for defenseman Nikita Nesterov, vice president and general manager Steve Yzerman announced. Racine, 23, has […]