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Should the Lightning trade - or keep - goaltender Ben BIshop at the NHL trade deadline? What's been the spark with the Triplets line? Times columnist Tom Jones and beat reporter Joe Smith discuss the Lightning's plans, the …
Still want to trade Ben Bishop?
The Lightning goaltender is playing some of his best hockey of the season. And, depending on how you look at it, the timing couldn't be any better.
With Tampa Bay fightning for its playoff life, Bishop has won his last four starts, including Sunday's 3-2 overtime victory in Colorado. The …
Lightning captain Steven Stamkos is back on the ice.
The Lightning is rolling, picking up a point in six straight games, a season-high. Tampa Bay entered Monday just five points out of the final wild card spot in the Eastern Conference. The Lightning is rolling, picking up a point in six straight games, a season-high.
You'd think of all players, goalies would be the most impacted by the bye week.
The good news for the Lightning is that Tyler Johnson is expected back in the lineup tonight against the Stars.
On Thursday, Vinny Lecavalier put on a Lightning jersey for the first time in four years. But first, the former Lightning captain went hunting. Yes, hunting. On Thursday, Vinny Lecavalier put on a Lightning jersey for the first time in four years.
One positive to come out of the Lightning's bye week is the potential return of center Tyler Johnson.
Wing Erik Condra has been the Lightning's yo-yo this season, getting recalled eight times from AHL Syracuse.
Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman said he was "extremely saddened" to hear of the passing of long-time Red Wings owner Mike Ilitch.
With goalie Ben Bishop being on a roll, and coming off a shutout, you would have thought he might get the start tonight in a measuring-stick game against the Western Conference-leading Wild. You'd also be wrong.
When you can pass Hall of Fame coach Scotty Bowman, you know it's a good day. It doesn't happen often.
Think the Lightning has turned the corner?
Lightning forward Gabriel Dumont emphatically pumped both arms in the air, and let out a huge grin after scoring Tuesday night. You can't blame him. It's been a long time coming. Lightning forward Gabriel Dumont emphatically pumped both arms in the air, and let out a huge grin after scoring Tuesday night.
Are the Lightning's back-to-back wins just a blip? Or the start of something? Times sports columnist Tom Jones and Lightning beat writer Joe Smith discuss what they've learned during the team's recent stretch in our …
The crowd at Amalie Arena roared as it rose to its feet Tuesday night during the final seconds of the Lightning's 5-0 win over the Kings.
The Lightning enters tonight's game against the Kings with an opportunity to complete a feat it hasn't done in more than a month: Win back to back games.
Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman said while there's still no definite return date for captain Steven Stamkos, he's "right on course" in his recovery from knee surgery.
Former Lightning coach Guy Boucher stepped in Amalie Arena Thursday for the second time since his firing four years ago.