Lightning Strikes (Cristodero)
Updated: 10 hours 34 min ago
If he wanted to, captain Steven Stamkos could sqaush any potential drama leading up until the Feb. 29 trade deadline.
The Lightning announced Thursday that season tickets for next season will increase by an average of 7 percent.
The Times' Joe Smith and Chad Scharr from BoltProspects.com discuss the current state of the Lightning, its future, the big decisions it faces -- signing Steven Stamkos, trading Jonathan Drouin, what goalie to pick -- and what prospects are waiting in the wings to impact the club in future seasons. Joe will also answer your questions on what …
Defensemen Jason Garrison is expected to miss 3-5 weeks with a lower body injury, a big blow to the Lightning blue line.
The Lightning lost more than just a game Monday night in Ottawa.
There's no guarantee that captain Steven Stamkos leaves the Lightning as a free agent this summer.
While the Lightning will play in Jonathan Drouin's hometown of Montreal Tuesday, the suspended wing continues to work out and skate on his own every day somewhere in the city.
Lightning goalie Ben Bishop was one of the last players off the ice at Monday's optional skate, acknowledging to the swarm of Ottawa-based reporters he would not get a chance to face his former team tonight.
During Thursday's practice, center Cedric Paquette took a slap shot off his left shin and buckled to the ice.