Posts Tagged ‘Vladislav Namestinikov’

Bolts Top Line on Fire

The Tampa Bay Lightning scored five goals (one empty netter) on opening night this year to beat the Florida Panthers 5-3.  My analysis that night is starting to show in the stats as the Lightning have been scoring.  Through eight games they are second in goals scored (27), (Toronto, yes Toronto! Has 34). For years […]

Tampa Bay Lightning 23 Man Roster 2017-2018 Season

TAMPA BAY – The Tampa Bay Lightning announced their 23-man opening night roster which consists of 13 forwards, eight defensemen and two goaltenders, vice president and general manager Steve Yzerman announced today. Below is the full list of players: Forwards                                 Defensemen                            Goaltenders J.T. Brown                                Braydon Coburn                        Peter Budaj Ryan Callahan                          Jake Dotchin                            Andrei Vasilevskiy Gabriel Dumont                         Dan Girardi       […]

Lightning take the Lead in the Atlantic

The last time the Islanders and Lightning met the New York clan rallied from behind to win the game 3-2. The Tampa Bay Lightning came into tonight’s game in second place in the Atlantic Division, two points behind the Florida Panthers. The Lightning won the first face-off, compliments of Cedric Paquette. They gained possession, but […]

Pirri Five Holes Bish Twice

Brandon Pirri scored the only shootout goal and a regulation penalty shot goal beating Ben Bishop five hole on both. Tonight was the first of five meetings between the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Florida Panthers.  Tampa Bay won three of four against the Panthers last season, including both games that were played here at 401 Channel Side […]

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 […]

Lightning gets Starred and Spezza’ed

Tonight was the first Western Conference matchup against the Central Division’s Dallas Stars to begin the Lightning’s two game home stand. Tampa Bay and Dallas were the two top scoring teams in the NHL last season. The Lightning first with 259 goals, Dallas second with 257… READ MORE…