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Lightning right wing Marty St. Louis was named the NHL's first star for the week ending Sunday. In five games, St. Louis had five goals -- including Saturday's four-goal game against the Sharks -- and eight points.
While Lightning star center Steven Stamkos is making a speedy recovery from a broken right tibia, it's still uncertain whether he'll be able to play for Team Canada in next month's Olympics.
Lightning right wing Marty St. Louis scored four goals in Tampa Bay's 5-4 loss to the Sharks Saturday at the Tampa Bay Times Forum. The feat tied the franchsie record set by Chris Knotos on Oct. 7, 1992, against the Blackhawks, in the organization's first-ever game, meaning the record was Kontos' alone for 1,620 games.
Steven Stamkos' rehab passed another milestone Thursday, when the Lightning's star center - out since Nov. 11 because of a broken right tibia - participated in the morning skate prior to the game with the Islanders at the Tampa Bay Times Forum.
"It was great," Stamkos said. "This is the first time I've been out there for a full …
The Lightning, playing the second of back-to-back games tonight against the Rangers in New York, did not have a morning skate, but did have a bit longer-than-usual team meeting.
All things being equal, Ben Bishop got off relatively easy with his injured right wrist. With only a sprain, the Lightning goalie missed only three games and tonight against the Blue Jackets will be on the bench as backup to Anders Lindback.
Interesting development on Thursday as ECHL Florida signed 40-year-old defenseman Brian Rafalski.
WINNIPEG - Lightning coach Jon Cooper said he is not going to worry about how Marty St. Louis will handle being left off Canada's Olympic team.
"It's wasted energy," Cooper said. "Knowing Marty, this is probably going to motivate the snot out of him."
On a day the Tampa Bay organization should have been celebrating the …
After missing four games with an upper-body injury sustained Dec. 23 against the Panthers, Lightning defenseman Sami Salo returns to the lineup tonight against the Oilers.
It is inevitable. Every time the Lightning goes to Calgary -- Tampa Bay faces the Flames tonight -- the questions for Marty St. Louis are about the organization that let him get away.
Injured Lightning star Steven Stamkos took another step in his rehab on Jan. 2 by skating in a red no-contact jersey on his own and in a few drills at the end and after Tampa Bay's practice in Calgary. Stamkos, who also was in full gear for the first time, said it was a"baby step" in his rehab from a broken right tibia sustained Nov. 11 in …
The U.S. Olympic team was announced on Wednesday after Maple Leafs beat the Red Wings in the Winter Classic, and Lightning goaltender Ben Bishop was not among the three goalies named to the team.
If there was ever any doubt Steven Stamkos is aiming to play for Canada at the Olympics in Sochi, Russia, in February, the Lightning's star center left no doubt Wednesday after a skate at the Rogers Center in Vancouver.
Lightning star Steven Stamkos continued his rehab of a broken right leg with a few spins around the ice in Vancouver after the team's Dec. 31 practice.
According to a Sunday report in the Detroit Free Press, the Red Wings’ Jimmy Howard — not the Lightning’s Ben Bishop — will be the third goalie for the U.S. Olympic team in February, joining the Sabres’ Ryan Miller and Kings’ Jonathan Quick.
Taking a page out of Rays manager Joe Maddon's playbook, Lightning coach Jon Cooper planned a unique wardrobe theme for the team's upcoming road trip to western Canada.
Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman admits he's a bit "apprehensive" about playing in Tuesday's Red Wings-Maple Leafs Alumni game, having not put on skates since the summer.
Veteran forward Ryan Malone participated in a full-team skate the past two days, taking a significant step in returning from a non-displaced ankle fracture.
Just when the Lightning was making progress whittling down its injury list -- it was down to four -- defenseman Eric Brewer sustained an upper-body injury (believe to be an arm injury) in Saturday's 3-2 overtime victory over the Hurricanes.
For Tom Pyatt, tonight's game against the Hurricanes, the Lightning's 35th game of the season, will feel like his first.