8:42 PM EST, Fri December 14, 2018
The Hockey Writers 1 hour ago

Lightning Stone the Maple Leafs: Who Was That Masked Man?

It would be overstating it to say this was the game of the year in the Atlantic Division, but it was pretty important. The game pitted the #1 Tampa Bay Lightning (now 25-7-1) against the #2 Toronto Maple Leafs (now 21-10-1). Coming into the game, fans from both teams were eager to watch their team’s […] The post Lightning Stone the Maple Leafs: Who Was That Masked Man? appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Tampa Bay Times 5 hours ago
Sports Day Tampa Bay podcast: Lightning goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy dazzles in return

Sports Day Tampa Bay podcast: Lightning goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy dazzles in return

Andrei Vasilevskiy allowed a goal on the second shot he faced and then stopped 47 shots in a row in a 4-1 win over the Maple Leafs. Toronto dominated play, but Vasilevskiy was even better in his first game backafter missing 14 with a foot fracture.Plus, the Rays surprise
Tampa Bay Times 7 hours ago
Lightning goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy makes 'unbelieveable' save against Maple Leafs

Lightning goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy makes 'unbelieveable' save against Maple Leafs

Andrei Vasilevskiy makes inconceivable moves. He finds ways to make saves that seem impossible. And he does it over and over.On Thursday night, Vasilevskiy made one of the best saves you'll see from a goalie. Yet, he's made other just-as-crazy saves.The save Vasilevskiy made
Tampa Bay Times 11 hours ago

Lightning-Maple Leafs: Rewinding Tampa Bay's win

The Maple Leafs controlled 59 minutes, the Lightning-dominated one.That's the way Lightning coach Jon Cooper-classified it. And he was right. Toronto controlled most of Thursday's game, but the Lightning put together an electric minute to close out the second period with
Tampa Bay Times 13 hours ago
Lightning journal: Anthony Cirelli continues hot streak against Maple Leafs

Lightning journal: Anthony Cirelli continues hot streak against Maple Leafs

TAMPA -- For the second time in his NHL career, Lightning forward Anthony Cirelli had the chance on Thursday to face his hometown Maple Leafs.But for the first time in his NHL career Thursday, he scored against his hometown Maple Leafs.A native of Etobicoke,