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Lightning Swept in First Round of Playoffs

An incredible regular season has all gone down in flames for the Tampa Bay Lightning. After compiling the best record in the league during the regular season, Tampa Bay was quickly and rudely bounced from the Stanley Cup playoffs by the Columbus Blue Jackets.  Columbus completes the stunning sweep of …

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Lightning drop opening Playoff Game

The Tampa Bay Lightning capped off its regular season just last weekend. Tampa Bay finished their regular season as the NHL-Best with 62 wins, earning them the Presidents Trophy. The 62 win season ties the 1995-96 Detroit Red Wings for most wins in a single regular season. That didn’t matter, …

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Tampa Bay Lightning strikes first, but end up losing 4-2 to the Leafs

For the second time in their last three games, the first-place Tampa Bay Lightning left the ice with a loss. On Thursday, the Lightning (36-10-2) registered the first goal of their matchup against the Toronto Maple Leafs and were solid as a team statistically. In the end, however, Tampa’s divisional …

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NHL Recap: Lightning earn gritty 2-0 road win over Stars

The Tampa Bay Lightning hadn’t lost back-to-back matches since Nov. 13, 2018. Jon Cooper’s team was in danger of suffering just that on Tuesday night in Dallas, but a rather composed performance ensured they didn’t. Goals from Ondrej Palat and Mikhail Sergachev and Andrei Vasilevskiy‘s third shutout of the season …

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Tampa Bay Lightning Look To Extend Winning Streak

The Tampa Bay Lightning (11-3-1) are looking to ride their current hot streak as they host the New York Islanders (8-4-2) Thursday night at Amalie Arena. The Islanders, meanwhile, will be hoping to bounce back from their most recent loss that ended a five-game win streak. View From the Top The Lightning …

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Tampa Bay Lightning Look To Close Out Eastern Conference Finals

The Eastern Conference Finals have been an odd and unpredictable series so far. The visiting team would win four of the five games played. With a 3-2 series lead, the Tampa Bay Lightning will hope to continue that pattern. The series travels to Washington against the Capitals tonight for Game …

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Lightning Look to Get Back In Series Against Bruins in Game 2

The Tampa Bay Lightning host the Boston Bruins tonight in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals. Many thought Tampa Bay would come into the game holding a 1-0 series lead. Instead, it’s the Bruins who hold the lead after an emphatic 6-2 win at Amalie Arena in Game 1. …

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Following week of rest, Tampa Bay Lightning ready to face Bruins

It’s been said that the NHL playoffs are among the hardest in professional sports. And following a grueling 82-game regular season that saw them finish atop the Eastern Conference, the Tampa Bay Lightning are fully aware that every day — or, rather, day off — counts. “I’m not one of …

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