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The Lightning was a little encouraged to see center Tyler Johnson back on the ice for Monday's practice, considering he missed Sunday's All-Star game due to a lingering lower-body injury.
It's no secret that captain Steven Stamkos loves playing in Tampa, and for the Lightning.
The Lightning knows what it'll miss in veteran defenseman Matt Carle, who is out 6-8 weeks after today's abdominal surgery.
Lightning veteran defenseman Matt Carle will be out 6-8 weeks after undergoing surgery Tuesday to repair torn adductor muscles in his lower abdomen.
Lightning veteran defenseman Matt Carle was scheduled to see a specialist Monday regarding the undisclosed injury he suffered Thursday against Edmonton.
The Lightning was in need of veteran forwards - and some grit - during free agency this past summer.
Lightning center Brian Boyle grew up one of 13 children in his large Irish-Catholic family, so it comes as a surprise he’s never been to a carnival.
Lightning defenseman Matt Carle will likely be out through at least the All-Star break due to an undisclosed injury, coach Jon Cooper said today.
With center Tyler Johnson back in the lineup, the Lightning reassigned center Vladislav Namestnikov to AHL Syracuse Friday.
Lightning defenseman Victor Hedman participated in Friday's practice, and is hoping to return to the lineup Saturday night against the Avs.
When it comes to Lightning center Cedric Paquette, a 6-foot-1, 198 pounds, and Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara, 6-9, 258, they're definitely a big mismatch when it comes to size.
While center Tyler Johnson and defenseman Victor Hedman won't play tonight in Boston due to lower-body injuries suffered Monday night, the Lightning is encouraged to know that both key players aren't expected to be out for the long-term.
The Lighning have recalled center Vladislav Namestnikov from AHL Syracuse this morning.
It's been a strange year for former Lightning captain Vinny Lecavalier.
The fact Lightning captain Steven Stamkos made the All-Star team Saturday night seemed almost expected.
Lightning center prospect Brayden Point almost had to pinch himself, like he was dreaming.
After weeks of a struggling power play, the Lightning might have finally found the right mix.