Posts Tagged ‘Braydon Coburn’

Canucks Win as Lightning Miss Opportunities

  Tampa, Fla. — Tyler Johnson returned to action for the Lightning on Wednesday night as the Bolts notched their first loss of the season, falling 4-1 to the Vancouver Canucks. The Lightning dominated the first period but missed opportunities set the tone for the night. Tampa outshot the Canucks 17 to five in the […]

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 […]

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 […]

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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 […]

Defensive Breakdowns and Sharks Bite Lightning

Tampa, Fla.– The good news in the first period tonight the Lightning went up 1-0.  Ryan Killorn feathered a nice pass to Ryan Callahan who was ahead in the slot.  Callahan made a nice, soft handed move on Sharks goalie Martin Jones. Defenseman Andre Sustr earned the second assist. A one goal lead early in […]

Lightning Win a Wild One

The Tampa Bay Lightning played The Minnesota Wild in front of a sell out crowd for just the 20th time in the franchise’s history. The Minnesota Wild started playing in the 2000 – 01 NHL season and recorded their very first win against the Tampa Bay Lightning. This would be the 2nd and last time […]

Greiss Stars vs .500 Team

Islanders goalie Thomas Greiss was the number one star with a win plus 29 saves, and we learned the Lightning is a .500 NHL team. Both Steven Stamkos and Ryan Callahan said after the game the Lightning is a .500 team. Ryan Callahan said, “We’re a .500 hockey club and we realize that, we put ourselves in this situation […]

Thank Goodness, a Flaming Win

  Come east the Calgary Flames do. For a Stanley Cup Finals rematch from what seems like forever ago. The Lightning currently rank 10th in goals against per game in the NHL at 2.41. The Bolts have steadily improved in goals against each season and if they were matching their scoring record from last season they would […]