Dana Tyrell was also returned to Prince George of the WHL.
Good start to the season for Mike Smith.
Mike Smith stopped 38 of 40 shots faced for the win.
Tampa Bay 7:01, Steven Stamkos 1 (power play) (Radim Vrbata, Ryan Malone)
Tampa Bay 10:00, Martin St. Louis 1 (power play) (Matt Carle, Jussi Jokinen)
NY Rangers 19:36, Daniel Girardi 1 (power play) (Scott Gomez, Wade Redden)
NY Rangers 17:07, Fredrik Sjostrom 1 (power play) (Pierre Parenteau, Lauri Korpikoski)
This was much closer to the opening night lineup, so there were fewer prospects in uniform:
Janne Niskala was +1 with 1 shot, 1 hit, and 1 blocked shot in 19:23.
Vladimir Mihalik had 1 blocked shot in 16:04.
Steven Stamkos had 1 goal, 1 shot, 3 hits, and was 67% on draws to go with a +1 rating in 14:46.
Alexei Glukhov did not play in Mytischi's 4-3 overtime win over Cherepovets. Glukhov has yet to appear in a game this season.
Albert Vishnyakov was -1 in Novokuznetsk's 3-2 shootout win over Voskresensk.
Vasily Koshechkin did not play in Togliatti's 2-1 shootout loss to Magnitogorsk.
Dimitri Kazionov was scoreless in Kazan's 4-1 loss to Chelyabinsk.
Anton But was -1 in CSKA's 4-3 loss to Riga.
It's nice to see the Lightning generating a lot of offensive pressure without their top guns in the lineup, despite the loss.
Olaf Kolzig allowed 3 goals on 24 shots for the loss.
Pittsburgh 4:54, Tyler Kennedy 1 (power play) (Kris Letang, Alex Goligoski)
Barberio gets two helpers ... Jung watches his replacement drop to 0-2.
Eric Erlendsson of the Tampa Tribune is reporting that the Tampa Bay Lightning have made six training camp cuts following Saturday night's first preseason game against the Pittsburgh Penguins. All six are being sent the Norfolk Admirals training camp and will join the current roster which starts on Monday. The six players include Lightning prospects Blair Jones, Brandon Segal, Chris Lawrence, and Andy Rogers. The remaining two cuts include free agent invitees Jamie Heward and Sean O'Connor.
Heward had previously said that he if he could not make an NHL roster, he would return to Europe instead of playing North American minor league hockey. It is unknown if Heward will report to the Admirals training camp.
The Norfolk Admirals have announced their training camp roster that includes 11 forwards, 10 defensemen, and 3 goaltenders. Training camp opens Monday, and others will join the camp as cuts are made at the Lighting's main NHL camp in Tampa.
Nick Boucher, Craig Kowalski and Mike McKenna
Players denoted in italics are attending camp as unsigned invitees. Fadden, Aquino, and May have earned camp invitations following their performance at the recent Traverse City Prospects Tournament.