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NHL Off-Season Outlook: Tampa Bay Lightning
The Tampa Bay Lightning have more than enough skill and experience to get the job done yet again. With a similar roster to last season, how far can Tampa Bay go this year?
Looking at the NHL's Cap-Crunched Teams
There's still a lot of time to go before the season gets underway, but these teams currently sit in a tough salary situation.
Lightning Sign Sergachev, Cirelli, Cernak to Eight-Year Extensions
The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed defensemen Mikhail Sergachev and Erik Cernak and forward Anthony Cirelli to massive eight-year deals.
Lightning Sign Ian Cole to One-Year, $3-million Deal
The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed defenseman Ian Cole to a one-year deal worth $3 million.
Lightning Add Jeff Blashill to Assistant Coaching Staff
The Tampa Bay Lightning have announced that former Detroit Red Wings bench boss Jeff Blashill will be the team's new assistant coach.
Hockey Things: What Caught Our Eye (July 11)
There was no hockey being played on the ice, but the recent NHL draft made for some fun moments.
NHL Prospect Pool Weak Points: Atlantic Division
What are the prospect weak points for the eight Atlantic Division teams? Tony Ferrari takes a look.
NHL Unveils 2022-23 Regular Season Schedule
The NHL unveiled the schedule for the 2022-23 regular season, with a number of key dates for fans to look forward to.
Hockey Things: What Caught Our Eye (July 4 Edition)
3Ice is making headlines, Johnny Gaudreau's dominance as a kid gets brought back up and Ryan McDonagh is now king of the summer press conference. Take a look at three fun moments from the past week.
Fischler Report: The NHL Awards That Should Exist
Stan Fischler offers up some playoff awards that need to exist, breaks down Ryan McDonagh to the Nashville Predators, the NHL's coaching market, the Boston Bruins, NHL free agency and so much more.
Lightning Trade McDonagh to Predators
The Tampa Bay Lightning have traded defenseman Ryan McDonagh to the Nashville Predators in exchange for defenseman Philippe Myers and forward Grant Mismash.
Lightning Place Amir Miftakhov on Unconditional Waivers
Tampa Bay Lightning goaltending prospect Amir Miftakhov has been placed on unconditional waivers for purpose of contract termination.
Lightning Sign Paul to Seven-Year Extension
The Tampa Bay Lightning have checked off one of the biggest boxes on their offseason to-do list.
Red Wings Name Derek Lalonde Head Coach
The Detroit Red Wings have named Derek Lalonde the 28th head coach in franchise history.
Five Stanley Cup Final Free Agents Your Team Should Want
The Avalanche and Lightning both know how to win it all, but some of their key pieces could be hitting the open market soon.
Three Interesting Facts from the Stanley Cup Playoffs
Cale Makar's playoff run was one for the ages, Edmonton's scoring duo managed to lead the scoring race despite not making the final and Florida joins a small group they'd rather not be part of. Let's look back at the 2022 Stanley Cup playoffs.
Top 5 Memorable Moments from the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs
With a new Stanley Cup champion getting crowned on Sunday, it's time to look back at a few moments that will stand the test of time.
The Tampa Bay Lighting's Reign of Terror Won't be Forgotten
In an era of tight Stanley Cup parity, the Tampa Bay Lightning's run the past three years was special. And while their Cup streak has come to an end, they're not done contending just yet.
Fischler Report: Feelings About an Incredible Stanley Cup Final
Stan Fischler looks back at the Stanley Cup final and how the Avalanche won. Plus, Stan discusses the Hart Trophy, Barry Trotz, Andrew Brunette, Artemi Panarin and so much more.
Hockey Things: What Caught Our Eye (June 27 Edition)
The Stanley Cup is already dented, we got a historically hilarious quote from a junior hockey coach and the Blackhawks had a tough time playing against Sesame Street characters in a video shared around the internet.
Colorado Avalanche Beat Lightning to Win 2022 Stanley Cup
The Colorado Avalanche beat the Tampa Lightning in Game 6 to win their first Stanley Cup since 2001.
The Avalance Are Stealing the Lightning's Narrative
The Tampa Bay Lightning may be known for their ability to respond to a loss. But the Colorado Avalanche have taken that narrative and run with it, leading them to within one win of the Stanley Cup.
The Lightning Know it Best: 'We Have to Play Like There's No Tomorrow'
The Tampa Bay Lightning have no mulligans left in the tank, but they're hoping to take the momentum and force Game 7 -- and we know all too well how good the Bolts are in elimination games.
Stanley Cup Final Notebook: Getting Ready for Game 6
The Stanley Cup could be awarded at Amalie Arena for the second straight year. Here's what both teams had to say ahead of Game 6.