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Lightning: Predicting the Fourth Line

In order for an NHL franchise to win 62 games like the Tampa Bay Lightning did during the 2018-19 regular season, every aspect of the team has to find success on the ice. From top-line forwards setting scoring records to fourth line players chipping in key hits and timely goals, the Lightning experienced this throughout […] The post Lightning: Predicting the Fourth Line appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Hockey Writers Sep 18, 2019

Lightning Still the Team to Beat in Eastern Conference

Getting swept in the first round wasn't enough to knock the Tampa Bay Lightning off the mountaintop. After finishing 21 points ahead of everyone else during the 2018-19 regular season, the Lightning are again Stanley Cup favourites and the team to beat... The post Lightning Still the Team to Beat in Eastern Conference appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Hockey Writers Sep 11, 2019

Rick Peckham’s Top 3 Lightning Calls

Tampa Bay Lightning play-by-play announcer Rick Peckham will begin his 24th season as the voice of the Lightning this fall, but it will also be his last. Peckham has been with the Lightning since 1995 and will be in his 42nd season announcing professional hockey. He has been with the Lightning almost as long as […] The post Rick Peckham’s Top 3 Lightning Calls appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Hockey Writers Aug 25, 2019

Lightning Get Leadership & Experience with Maroon

The Tampa Bay Lightning announced Saturday they signed former St. Louis Blues forward Pat Maroon to a one-year, $900,000 contract. Last season, he played in 74 regular-season games and recorded 28 points while scoring seven points in 26 Stanley Cup Playoff games. Maroon, a St. Louis native, has bounced around the league the last few […] The post Lightning Get Leadership & Experience with Maroon appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Tampa Bay Times Aug 24, 2019
Lightning sign former Blues forward Pat Maroon

Lightning sign former Blues forward Pat Maroon

TAMPA - In the past 26 years, no NHL team has won the Stanley Cup without a player on the roster who previously won a cup. Whether the trend is meaningless or magical can be debated, but the Tampa Bay Lightning may be buying into the statistic. The Lightning tried to

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