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Tampa Bay Times May 13, 2019
Is Alex Killorn good enough to stay on the Lightning's roster?

Is Alex Killorn good enough to stay on the Lightning's roster?

(This is the ninth in a series this month looking at each player on the Lightning's roster. Up next: Anthony Cirelli)TAMPA - He put one shot on net from the boards, and it skipped off a defender and past the goalie.Then he skipped ahead on a rush
Tampa Bay Times May 11, 2019
Mikhail Sergachev's versatility filled various voids for the Lightning this season

Mikhail Sergachev's versatility filled various voids for the Lightning this season

This is the seventh in a series this month looking at each player on the Lightning's roster. Up next: Nikita KucherovTAMPA - Mikhail Sergachev spent most of the 2018-19 season providing snapshots of his unique skills, and perhaps the clearest picture of
Tampa Bay Times May 10, 2019
Nikita Kucherov achieved superstar status, but there's still something missing

Nikita Kucherov achieved superstar status, but there's still something missing

TAMPA - Superstar is a big word. It evokes athletes like Connor McDavid, LeBron James, Aaron Judge and Tom Brady.They can welcome Nikita Kucherov to the club.Kucherov shocked, awed and dazzled the NHL this season. He went from good - even great - to special
The Hockey Writers May 10, 2019

Despite Departures, Lightning Offseason Can Still be Bright

You can make a solid argument that the previous month has been one of the worst in Tampa Bay Lightning history. After finishing off the 2018-19 season with 62 wins, the Lightning had what can be described as the week from hell. This included getting swept out of the 2019 playoffs without putting up much […] The post Despite Departures, Lightning Offseason Can Still be Bright appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Tampa Bay Times May 9, 2019
Cedric Paquette's disruptive play connects for the Lightning

Cedric Paquette's disruptive play connects for the Lightning

(This is the sixth in a series this month looking at each player on the Lightning's roster. Up next: Mikhail Sergachev)TAMPA - Cedric Paquette knows his role.He's a pest, an agitator. He buzzes around on the fourth line disrupting opponents.
Tampa Bay Times May 8, 2019
Anton Strålman's disappointing season puts his Lightning future in question

Anton Strålman's disappointing season puts his Lightning future in question

This is the fifth in a series this month looking at each player on the Lightning's roster. Up next: Cedric Paquette.TAMPA - Planning for the end of anything can be difficult. But not knowing when that end is coming might be more challenging.Anton
Tampa Bay Times May 7, 2019
Lightning's Brayden Point tops break out season with better results

Lightning's Brayden Point tops break out season with better results

This is the fourth in a series this month looking at each player on the Lightning's roster. Up next: Anton Stralman.TAMPA - Before the season started, Brayden Point seemed a too-easy pick for Lightning player on the rise.After Point emerged in 2017-
Tampa Bay Times May 6, 2019
Tyler Johnson still tailor-made for the Lightning

Tyler Johnson still tailor-made for the Lightning

This is the third in a series this month looking at each player on the Lightning's roster.It's easy to miss Tyler Johnson out on the ice, his 5-foot-8 stature can get lost in the quick action of the game.But it's more difficult to miss him on
Tampa Bay Times May 6, 2019
Report: Pat Verbeek to leave Lightning, join Steve Yzerman in Detroit

Report: Pat Verbeek to leave Lightning, join Steve Yzerman in Detroit

TAMPA - No one in Tampa Bay was surprised to see Steve Yzerman leave the Lightning for Detroit. The biggest question was who would go with him.The most obvious candidate is Pat Verbeek. The Lightning's assistant general manager played with Yzerman and the pair has spent
Tampa Bay Times May 6, 2019
Should Lightning fans cheer for the Blue Jackets or the Bruins?

Should Lightning fans cheer for the Blue Jackets or the Bruins?

The Columbus Blue Jackets derailed the Lightning's historic Stanley Cup run before it could even start. Now that Boston can eliminate the Jackets in Game 6 tonight, Lightning fans should be happy, right? Wait. What? Root for the Bruins? Cheer for the "face-licker"
Tampa Bay Times May 5, 2019
Yanni Gourde's speed put the Lightning in the fast lane this season

Yanni Gourde's speed put the Lightning in the fast lane this season

This is the second in a series this month looking at each player on the Lightning's roster.He didn't have to race down the ice and chase after the puck like it was the last shot he would ever take. It was already heading that way without his help.
The Hockey Writers May 4, 2019

Lightning Reminded of Hedman’s True Worth

When you have a team as successful as the Tampa Bay Lightning throughout the 2018-19 regular season, it is easy to overlook the contributions of individual players. With Nikita Kucherov leading the NHL in points, Steven Stamkos and Brayden Point both scoring more than 40 goals, and Andrei Vasilevskiy turning in a Vezina-caliber season, there’s […] The post Lightning Reminded of Hedman’s True Worth appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Tampa Bay Times May 4, 2019
Curious abut Victor Hedman's importance to Lightning? See playoffs

Curious abut Victor Hedman's importance to Lightning? See playoffs

This is the first in a series this month looking at each player on the Lightning's roster.TAMPA - Even when he was on the ice, he was missing. The Lightning's first-round playoff sweep demonstrated, among other things, Victor Hedman's importance.
Tampa Bay Times May 3, 2019
Lightning re-signs Jan Rutta to one-year deal

Lightning re-signs Jan Rutta to one-year deal

TAMPA - The Lightning liked what it saw from Jan Rutta in his 18 games with Tampa Bay this season. The organization announced a new contract for Rutta on Friday.Rutta signed a one-year, one-way deal with $1.3 million. That's down about $1 million from his previous
Sportsnet.ca May 2, 2019
Lightning owner apologizes to season-ticket holders in formal letter

Lightning owner apologizes to season-ticket holders in formal letter

The Tampa Bay Lightning franchise is still showing contrition for its stunning early elimination from the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

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