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Slater Koekkoek is finally on his way back to the NHL.
With the Lightning's playoff chances on the line in a must-win game against Boston, veteran backup Peter Budaj gets the start in net.
Steven Stamkos was once again the last Lightning player to leave the ice following today's morning skate in Boston.
The Lightning finally got some good news on the injury front Saturday, with both wing Ondrej Palat and defenseman Jake Dotchin available tonight against the Capitals.
Lightning captain Steven Stamkos took another step towards his return Friday, encouraged with how he felt after his first full team practice since mid-November knee surgery.
There are many that are surprised that Lightning rookie Brayden Point made the team out of camp, much less smoothly stepping in as No. 1 center in a playoff push.
Times beat reporter Joe Smith and Lightning color analyst Brian Engblom discuss the behind-the-scenes changes that have sparked the team's remarkable run in this episode of our Lightning Strikes! podcast. We also make the …
There's no question tonight's Lightning game with the Maple Leafs has plenty of sizzle, and a lot at stake.
Lost in Brayden Point's brilliant 21st birthday performance Monday was the play of veteran backup Peter Budaj.
Four days ago, Lightning center Vladislav Namestnikov had to be helped off the Amalie Arena with what appeared to be a serious leg injury.
A player's first NHL goal is always special. But Lightning rookie wing Yanni Gourde made his unforgettable Saturday night. A player's first NHL goal is always special. "It's something you dream about," Gourde said. "A surreal moment." A player's first NHL goal is always special.
The news on the Lightning injuries appears encouraging, with Tyler Johnson, Vladislav Namestnikov and Cedric Paquette all considered day-to-day with lower body injuries, the team announced today.
It certainly didn't look good when three Lightning centers - Tyler Johnson, Vladislav Namestnikov and Cedric Paquette - all had to be helped off the ice during Thursday's 4-1 win over the Wild.
Steven Stamkos ready yet? The Lightning could really use the All-Star center even more now after Thursday, when center Tyler Johnson and Vladislav Namestnikov left the game with lower body injuries.