Lightning forward Cory Conacher said he planned to play Saturday's game in New Jersey as if it was his last game in the NHL. Well it was, at least for now.
It was an encouraging sight for the Lightning with wing Nikita Kucherov popping out on the ice near the end of Saturday's morning skate.
Nikita Kucherov left the Bell Centre Thursday night looking a lot like he did when he arrived.
Joe Smith breaks down the beginning of this road trip — and an interview with Lightning goalie Ben Bishop, who talked about losing his two front teeth in Toronto and his best start of the season.
Lightning goalie Ben Bishop loves playing at the Bell Centre. And facing Carey Price.
Lightning goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy gets the start tonight against the Senators, his second of the season.
Guy Boucher said he's asked often, both by media members and people in the street, whether he's circled Saturday's game against the Lightning on his calendar.
Since owner Jeff Vinik bought the Lightning in 2010, he's said his goal was to make it a "world class" organization.
Defenseman Slater Koekkoek, a healthy scratch the first three games, was reassigned to AHL Syracuse Wednesday.
Joe Smith breaks down the start of the Lightning season and interviews rookie Brayden Point, who has had a whirlwind week since making his first opening night roster, in our latest Lightning Strikes! podcast.
With Tuesday's game on the line, the Lightning-Panthers showdown lasting until the sixth round of a shootout, coach Jon Cooper turned to rookie Brayden Point on the bench and told him it was his turn.
When Jonathan Marchessault became an unrestricted free agent in July, the Lightning made a pitch to keep the forward.
Lightning defenseman Slater Koekkoek had a blast doing a Q&A with fans on Twitter during training camp. So we thought we'd give it a shot, tackling several topics with the 22-year-old.
Times: How did you get the name Slater?
Koekkoek: My mom drove by "Slater Excavating," it was a gravel pit. She liked the name. Everyone …
Nikita Kucherov didn't know what to expect after missing training camp due to a contract holdout.