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Who: Tampa Bay Lightning (46-27-9) vs. Montreal Canadiens (46-28-8) Season Series: Tampa Bay Lightning – 3-0-1; Montreal Canadiens – 1-1-2 Keys to Winning for Tampa Bay: The Lightning made the biggest trade at the deadline this year when they traded Martin St. Louis to the […]

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TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING

Eric Brewer Watches Puck Get Past Anders Lindback

Facing their toughest test of the season against four quality Western Conference opponents, the Tampa Bay Lightning are not only losing but looking absolutely horrible in the process. Obviously, the absence of Steven Stamkos hurts, but that’s only a small […]

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Looking back on last year’s lockout shortened NHL season, one positive for the Tampa Bay Lightning was that the team did not have to make a trip to the West Coast where the Lightning have just played dreadful over the […]

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Ben Bishop

Will this horrific week ever end? That was the question likely asked by many Saturday night, shortly after watching top goaltender Ben Bishop leave the Tampa Bay Lightning‘s terrible 6-3 loss to the Phoenix Coyotes with an injury. Ok, I’ll […]

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Valtteri Filppula

Motivation can be a dangerous thing. That was proven by the Tampa Bay Lightning who managed to again shun every naysayer that thought they’d crumble minus leading scorer Steven Stamkos, out for quite awhile with a broken right tibia, in […]

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Steven Stamkos is the heart and soul of the Tampa Bay Lightning, and his broken tibia not only affects them on the ice, but it also shed some light on well the Lightning were able to fly under the radar. […]

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Ben Bishop and Victor Hedman Celebrate A Win

Heading into the 2013-2014 season, nobody knew what to expect from the Tampa Bay Lightning. A team chock full of offensive talent, the Lightning always could hang around with the big boys. Unfortunately, that wasn’t enough, as their goaltending and […]

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Steven Stamkos

Heading into the 2013-2014 NHL season, many analysts expected the Tampa Bay Lightning to be improved but not serious contenders within the Eastern Conference. However, for a team that made very few significant offseason changes, other than the buyout of […]

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Ben Bishop Follows The Puck

Heading into Friday night’s game with the Carolina Hurricanes, the Tampa Bay Lightning wanted nothing more than to bounce back from Tuesday’s sloppily played 2-1 loss against the New Jersey Devils, which ended their three-game win streak. They did just […]

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