Posts Tagged ‘tampa bay lightning’

Bolts Clinch Playoff Spot With Win over Oilers

  The Lightning did not have time to lick their wounds after taking a 3-0 defeat at the hands of the Bruins. On Sunday afternoon they had a quick turnaround with at 5 o’clock start against Connor McDavid and the Edmonton Oilers.   The Oilers came into Amalie Arena with little chance for a playoff […]

Lightning Go to Overtime Again and Defeat the Panthers

The Florida Panthers came in to Amalie Arena on Tuesday night riding a season high 6 game win streak as they had won 8 of their last 10. The Lightning were riding a streak of their own by playing 5 overtime games in a row where they put 9 points into the total column. Two […]

LIGHTNING RECALL FORWARD ANTHONY CIRELLI FROM SYRACUSE

Forward Michael Bounival Reassigned to the Crunch TAMPA BAY – The Tampa Bay Lightning have recalled forward Anthony Cirelli from the Syracuse Crunch of the American Hockey League, vice president and general manager Steve Yzerman announced.  In addition, forward Michael Bournival has been reassigned to the Crunch. Cirelli, 20, has skated in 51 games for the […]

On a Gold Medal Night, Pomminville and Vasilevskiy Shine

Tampa, Fla. —  It was a great treat for hockey fans as the Tampa Bay Lightning welcomed the US Women’s hockey team who won a gold medal in the 2018 Winter Olympics. Things got off to a slow start  for the Bolts until they scored late in the first period with a tip in by […]

LIGHTNING SET TO CULMINATE THE CELEBRATION OF ‘HOCKEY IS FOR EVERYONE’ MONTH ON WEDNESDAY

Gold Medal Winning U.S. Women’s National Team to be Recognized TAMPA , FLA. – The Tampa Bay Lightning will be concluding their month-long Hockey Is For Everyone initiative when they take on the Buffalo Sabres on Wednesday, February 28 at AMALIE Arena at 7 p.m. In conjunction with the National Hockey League, the Lightning will dedicate […]

The West Coast Flexes it’s Muscles, as the Knights Dominate the Lightning

The top two teams in the NHL  in their respective conferences faced off in Tampa on Thursday night, and just fifty-six seconds in  the Western Conference Knights took the lead.  And yes, that foreshadowed the game to follow. The odds were stacked against the Lightning before the puck even hit the ice, as Rick “Rocket” […]

NHL Announces Full Rosters for 2018 Honda NHL All-Star Game

NHL Public Relations January 10, 2018 NEW YORK (Jan. 10, 2018) – The National Hockey League announced today the full roster of players for the 2018 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend, which will be held Jan. 27-28 at AMALIE Arena in Tampa. Forty players were selected by the NHL, joining the four division captains elected by fans via […]

Go Johnny Go

Tampa, Fla. – This was one of those nights where the lightning didn’t have their best effort sloppy passing, bad penalty kill and at points in the game on Tuesday night the Carolina Hurricanes outplayed the Tampa Bay Lightning but it didn’t matter the bolts won 5-4 led by Tyler Johnson’s first hat trick of […]

Stamkos Spoils Drouins Return to the Oil Can

All Photos by Travis Failey Tampa – The story coming into Thursday night’s game was the trade that brought Mikhail Sergachev to the Lightning for Jonathan Drouin but the story quickly became the Steven Stamkos Show as the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Montreal Canadiens 3-1 on Thursday night at Amalie Arena. Stamkos had two […]

Took OT but Rangers Spoil Undefeated Party

Tampa, Fla. — The New York Rangers off to a slow start this season notching only 10 points in 13 games coming into Amaile Arena tonight while the Tampa Bay Lightning, undefeated at home, are off to the best start in franchise history with 21 points in 13 games.  It’s the 25 anniversary year of the […]