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Lightning goalie Ben Bishop enters tonight's start against the Senators with a lot of fond memories of his time in Ottawa.
Rays pitcher Alex Cobb left Friday’s Lightning practice with three signed hockey sticks, and a new appreciation for the sport.
Though Lightning defenseman Radko Gudas has a history with Panthers forward Scottie Upshall, he said there was no malicious intent with his huge hit Thursday in the season opener.
It's been a tough few days for wing Richard Panik, who was placed on waivers by the Lightning Wednesday.
Veteran defenseman Eric Brewer is in an unfamiliar spot tonight, a healthy scratch for the season opener against the Panthers at Amalie Arena.
TAMPA - The Lightning expects LW Brenden Morrow (back spasms) to be ready to play Thursday night in the team's regular-season opener against the Panthers.
When touted wing prospect Jonathan Drouin suffered a right thumb fracture Sept. 18, expected to miss 3-4 weeks, his goal was to be ready by opening night Thursday against the Panthers.
The Lightning has placed wing Richard Panik on waivers.
Add this to the list of Lightning captain Steven Stamkos' skills: a photographic memory.
The Lightning's final roster became clearer on Monday. But it's not completely set yet.
For C Vladislav Namestnikov, the next couple days will be nerve-wracking.
One of the key questions coming into Lightning training camp was deciding who would play on the top line with captain Steven Stamkos.
Lightning veteran wing Brenden Morrow returned to the ice Thursday, having been limited the past three days due to a stiff back.
Unlike previous preseasons, Lightning RW Brett Connolly’s stats won’t pop off the page.
For the Lightning, one of the biggest questions heading into camp was the health of goalie Ben Bishop, who underwent right wrist surgery in April.
Lightning touted wing prospect Jonathan Drouin has been encouraged by the progress with his fractured right thumb, making a small step Tuesday of taking the ice for practice in a red (non-contact) jersey.
Instead of heading to France, defenseman Luke Witkowski was getting ready to board a bus to Naples Monday afternoon, and he couldn't have been happier.
Coach Jon Cooper said if there was ever a year to get cut by the Lightning in training camp, it’s this one.
Lightning owner Jeff Vinik says is goal is to roughly break even while building a team that can compete at the highest level year after year.
Lightning captain Steven Stamkos figured the fans would like the team's new alternate jerseys, which would make them look "leaner and meaner."