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Minneapolis Star-Tribune 13 hours ago
Mikael Granlund's overtime goal gives Wild a home victory over Tampa Bay

Mikael Granlund's overtime goal gives Wild a home victory over Tampa Bay

Mikael Granlund slung a shot through Lightning goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy 3 minutes, 43 seconds into the extra period.
Tampa Bay Times 13 hours ago
Nick Kelly's takeways from Saturday's Lightning-Wild game

Nick Kelly's takeways from Saturday's Lightning-Wild game

Having won only twice all time in Minnesota, the Lightning needed to start fast to quiet the crowd in what coach Jon Cooper called one of the three toughest NHL buildings in which to play. Ryan Callahan accomplished that with his goal in the first three minutes.

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Tampa Bay Times Oct 16, 2018
Lightning's Louis Domingue demonstrates the value of a backup goalie

Lightning's Louis Domingue demonstrates the value of a backup goalie

TAMPA - Lightning backup goalie Louis Domingue was scheduled for his first start of the season tonight against Carolina. You could even say it's a rare start. As the backup to Andrei Vasilevskiy, Domingue might play less than any Lightning player. But don't think for a second that
Canes Country Oct 16, 2018
Canes at Lightning: Game Night Hub

Canes at Lightning: Game Night Hub

Carolina will try to prove the preseason sweep of Tampa Bay was no joke. The Carolina Hurricanes go from far north to far south, following up split games in Minnesota and Winnipeg with a road-trip-ending showdown with the Tampa Bay Lightning. The Canes have played three games more than the Lightning already this season, and with an almost unchanged lineup headed to the ice for Carolina tonight, we’ll see how that extra ice time benefits the team, especially with youngsters getting quality NHL minutes. Petr Mrazek will be back in goal tonight after a promising performance but...
Canes Country Oct 15, 2018
Behind Enemy Lines: Lightning and Avalanche

Behind Enemy Lines: Lightning and Avalanche

A week that’s light on matchups for the Hurricanes features two high-powered offensive opponents. Tampa Bay Lightning Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. at Amalie Arena Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports The Tampa Bay Lightning, who many prognosticators have set as the favorite in the NHL’s Eastern Conference, have gotten off to a decent start as they are 2-1 on the young season. Still in the midst of a season-opening five-game homestand, the Lightning welcome the Carolina Hurricanes with a roster that is teeming with explosive offensive talent, and a young netminder who has proven...
Tampa Bay Times Oct 15, 2018
Lightning's owes its penalty-kill success to the art of blocking shots

Lightning's owes its penalty-kill success to the art of blocking shots

BRANDON - Defenseman Anton Stralman single-handedly preserved the tie when he stepped in front of the shot.Goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy had stopped the previous handful of pucks that Columbus fired at him during its first power play, but he was not in position to make one
Tampa Bay Times Oct 14, 2018
'Pucks had eyes' for Lightning vs. Blue Jackets

'Pucks had eyes' for Lightning vs. Blue Jackets

TAMPA : Saturday, the Lightning made it look as if its first two games of the season never happened.Remember that- team that couldn't score more than one goal a game? It seemed all but a distant memory.The team that scored the most goals of any NHL team last
Tampa Bay Times Oct 13, 2018
Lightning gets scoring message, tops Blue Jackets 8-2

Lightning gets scoring message, tops Blue Jackets 8-2

TAMPA - In its first two games, the Lightning trying to score pretty goals produced only ugly results.It mustered two total goals through two games with that approach. So coach Jon Cooper made it clear after Thursday's loss to the Canucks: Go inside, go low and don't be
Tampa Bay Times Oct 13, 2018
Lightning journal: Rookie Mathieu Joseph has no fear

Lightning journal: Rookie Mathieu Joseph has no fear

TAMPA - Though Lightning F Mathieu Joseph shined in training camp and made the opening-day roster, his spot was not cemented in the lineup.But if he keeps playing how he has played early, he won't be going anywhere soon."The way he is playing the game right now, he is
Tampa Bay Times Oct 13, 2018
Nick Kelly's takeways from Saturday's Lightning-Blue Jackets game

Nick Kelly's takeways from Saturday's Lightning-Blue Jackets game

So much for those issues on the power play. The Lightning spent about half of practice Friday working on its power play after failing to score on eight opportunities in its first two games of the season. The work paid off with four power-play goals against the Blue
Sportsnet.ca Oct 13, 2018
Lightning stop scoring drought, beat Blue Jackets

Lightning stop scoring drought, beat Blue Jackets

Victor Hedman, Cedric Paquette and Yanni Gourde had first-period goals, and the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 8-2 Saturday night. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Union and Blue Oct 13, 2018

Staring Down the Barrel: Columbus Blue Jackets Struck by Lightning?

How does a Lightning insider think the Columbus Blue Jackets match up against Tampa Bay? A huge game on the Gulf Coast tonight as the Tampa Bay Lightning host the Columbus Blue Jackets. The loaded lightning were the preseason favorites to win the east and are loaded top to bottom. The Jackets aren’t too shabby […] Staring Down the Barrel: Columbus Blue Jackets Struck by Lightning? - Union and Blue - Union and Blue - A Columbus Blue Jackets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Hockey Writers Oct 13, 2018

Lightning Need Sergachev on the Power Play

Through their first two games of the 2018-19 season, the Tampa Bay Lightning are 1-1-0 with a close win on opening night against the Florida Panthers and an abysmal loss to the Vancouver Canucks on Oct. 11. While scoring never seemed to be an issue, it seems as though this year might be different. Related: […] The post Lightning Need Sergachev on the Power Play appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Tampa Bay Times Oct 12, 2018
Lightning journal: Working on the power play

Lightning journal: Working on the power play

BRANDON - The Lightning wasted little time waiting to work on its power play once players stepped on the ice for practice Friday.The first drill: Working on the power play in separate groups on each rink at the Ice Sports Forum.The second drill: Working on the power
Tampa Bay Times Oct 12, 2018
What to do with those Lightning panic buttons

What to do with those Lightning panic buttons

TAMPA -Don't you have to have won the Stanley Cup to have a Stanley Cup hangover?The Lightning are 1-1. Given expectations, you'd think the sky was falling.Come with me if you want to live!Such is life after Tampa Bay's uninspired start. An

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  • 1 J.T. Miller

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  • 1 Yanni Gourde

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    Minnesota Wild beats T^ampa Bay Lighting 5-4 in overtime

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    Detroit Red Wings show poise despite 3-1 loss to Tampa Bay Lightning

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