Lightning Strikes (Cristodero)
Updated: 22 hours 16 min ago
The Lightning added to its depth at AHL Syracuse Tuesday be signing F Cody Kunyk and D Matt Corrente to one-year, two-way deals.
Brian Boyle was on the tail end of his honeymoon, having gone from Napa Valley to two islands in Hawaii, when the key date of July 1st hit.
The Lightning officially announced Monday it has brought back former general manager Jay Feaster, who will be the executive director of community hockey development.
The Lightning announced Friday it has signed defenseman Andrej Sustr to a one-year, one-way deal.
Lightning coach Jon Cooper has been pleased with the team's offseason acquisitions, believing it has taken a step forward.
Lightning left wing prospect Adam Erne will have his injured left wrist examined next week in Cleveland, with it possible he'll need surgery.
Veteran goaltender Evgeni Nabokov said he had a few options during free agency, but once the Lightning called, it became his No. 1 focus.
The Lightning continued its busy day in free agency, signing center Brian Boyle to a three-year, $6 million deal.
Update 6:00 p.m. The Lightning found its backup goalie, signing veteran Evgeni Nabokov to a one-year, $1.55 million deal.
The Lightning announced Monday it made a qualifying offer to defenseman Andrej Sustr, along with Dmitry Korobov, Richard Panik, Brett Connolly, Cody Kunyk and Philippe Paradis.
The Lightning is expected to be one of the more fascinating teams in free agency, which begins Tuesday at 11 a.m, thanks to a flurry of Sunday trades that give them around $13 million in cap space.
Center Nate Thompson was at Keith Aulie's wedding in Saskatchewan over the weekend, hanging out with Lightning teammates Steven Stamkos, Eric Brewer and Mark Barberio.
The Lightning will decide by this afternoon whether to give qualifying offers to its remaining restricted free agents. If not, the players will become unrestricted free agents Tuesday. The Lightning will decide by this afternoon whether to give qualifying offers to its remaining restricted free agents.
Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman had hinted his offseason shopping was close to done if he wasn’t able to move a salary from his glut of forwards.