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The Lightning enters tonight's game against the Kings with an opportunity to complete a feat it hasn't done in more than a month: Win back to back games.
Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman said while there's still no definite return date for captain Steven Stamkos, he's "right on course" in his recovery from knee surgery.
Former Lightning coach Guy Boucher stepped in Amalie Arena Thursday for the second time since his firing four years ago.
With the trade deadline a month away, G Ben Bishop admits he doesn't know how it'll end up.
Rookie defenseman Jake Dotchin said getting his first career NHL point Tuesday night was a thrill. "It was something, for sure," he said.
Much has been made about how wing Jonathan Drouin didn't play the final three minutes of Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Bruins, including when the Lightning had the extra attacker trying to tie the game.
Joe Smith sets up the second half of the season, including a critical home stand beginning against the Boston Bruins, in our latest Lightning Strikes! podcast. Will the Nikita Nesterov trade be the start of more deals before …
Lightning center Brayden Point was a full participant in Monday's practice, his first with contact since suffering a hand injury in late December.
The Lightning recalled defenseman Jake Dotchin Monday. With GM Steve Yzerman saying there's no other roster changes, that means that Slater Koekkoek will remain in AHL Syracuse. The Lightning recalled defenseman Jake Dotchin Monday.
Andrei Vasilevskiy will be in net tonight for the second straight game when the Lightning play the Panthers at BB&T Center in Sunrise, Fla.
When this season began, a late January matchup between the Lightning and Panthers was expected to be a battle for the top spot in the Atlantic Division title.
The Lightning may be getting two regulars back tonight. Defenseman Jason Garrison (illness) skated today for the first time since Thursday and felt good, with coach Jon Cooper calling him a game-time decision against the Blackhawks. The Lightning may be getting two regulars back tonight.
First, it was defenseman Victor Hedman who missed three games with an illness.
With the Lightning struggling to score, trailing by goal Thursday, wing Nikita Kucherov came in on a 2-on-1 with defenseman Luke Witkowski.
The Lightning could get a big boost Saturday against the Coyotes with top defenseman Victor Hedman nearing a return.