5:38 PM EDT, Thu March 21, 2019
Tampa Bay Times 16 mins ago
Was beating the Lightning the 'crowning achievement' of Capitals' Cup season?

Was beating the Lightning the 'crowning achievement' of Capitals' Cup season?

In June, the Washington Capitals defeated the Vegas Golden Knights to win their first Stanley Cup championship.To be sure, there is no bigger moment in franchise history.But time has been less kind to the Knights than to the team the Caps beat to get to the Cup final.
Last Word on Hockey 2 hours ago
It’s Lightning vs the Rest in NHL Betting Odds

It’s Lightning vs the Rest in NHL Betting Odds

With the NHL regular season drawing to a close, the big question on everyone’s lips is: Can anyone stop Tampa Bay? The Lightning have opened up a 19-point gap on their nearest rivals. They’ve had the luxury of being able to prepare for the post-season while all the other teams are still battling it out for playoff positioning. Lightning Lead NHL Betting Odds Not surprisingly for a team that’s so far ahead in the NHL standings, the Tampa Bay Lightning are clear favorites in sports betting. The Lightning are 3.50 in NHL title odds, well ahead of the Boston Bruins and San Jose Sharks at...
Sportsnet.ca 4 hours ago
How Vasilevskiy truly sets Lightning apart from other contenders

How Vasilevskiy truly sets Lightning apart from other contenders

Doug MacLean and Nick Kypreos talk about the dominance of the Tampa Bay Lightning, with goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy receiving heaps of praise. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Tampa Bay Times 6 hours ago
Watch: Steven Stamkos makes young fan's night by tossing her a puck

Watch: Steven Stamkos makes young fan's night by tossing her a puck

Long before Victor Hedman's winning goal in overtime, before Nikita Kucherov's two goals, before even the first of Andrei Vasilevskiy's franchise-record 54 saves, Steven Stamkos made a young Lightning fan's night.Everything that came afterward was icing on
Die By The Blade 8 hours ago
Sabres will play in Sweden next season

Sabres will play in Sweden next season

Sabres are headed overseas next season to face the Lightning The NHL announced today that the Buffalo Sabres will be part of the NHL Global Series next season. They’ll play two games in Stockholm, Sweden. They’ll play two games against the Tampa Bay Lightning on November 8th and 9th. This will be the Sabres first games overseas since 2011 when they opened their season in Helsinki, Finland and Berlin, Germany with two games. They won’t both games against the Los Angeles Kings and Anaheim Ducks. The Sabres and Lightning will feature two big Swedish stars on the blue line. Victor...