Minnesota Wild defenseman Ryan Suter typically isn’t considered a dirty player around the National Hockey League, but he’ll likely be getting a call from the Department of Player Safety after this play on Tuesday night.
Tampa Bay Lightning forward Cedric Paquette made the very unfortunate decision to confront Zdeno Chara during the third period of Tuesday’s game in Boston, shoving the gigantic Bruins defenseman shortly after a whistle.
It didn’t take Steven Stamkos too long this season to remind us all just how dominant he can be. The Lightning captain netted three goals on 12 shots in Tampa’s 7-1 trouncing of the Montreal Canadiens on Monday night, his eighth career hat trick and arguably the most impressive we’ve seen the forward since the
Monday night’s Canadiens-Lightning game in Tampa Bay might have provided hockey fans with the best save of the young NHL season, and it wasn’t even made by a goaltender. Lightning defenseman Anton Stralman made a huge sliding kick save to deny Jiri Sekac of a game-tying rebound goal in the second period. Stralman did a
Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Radko Gudas will likely receive the first suspension of this NHL season after this hit he threw on Scottie Upshall on Thursday night. Gudas blatantly targeted Upshall’s head with a vicious elbow, leaving the Panthers forward seriously shaken up as a result. Gudas wasn’t given a penalty for the high hit,
There were whispers in Tampa of an alternate jersey for the Lightning’s 2014-15 and before the actual (dull) new jersey was revealed, the players were treated to an even worse option. The team created a version that included a TON of palm trees lining the bottom of the jersey along with the sleeves. Most players
The Tampa Bay Lightning unveiled a new alternate jersey this weekend and it’s dull. With the team set to open the regular season in less than two weeks with a 4-game homestand, they were apparently seeking to give fans a little build-up excitement, especially with the Bucs uneventful start to 2014. While the simplicity is
The photos you see above shows a couple new awesome billboards erected by the Lightning in Tampa Bay recently. Take a look at the billboard on the left-hand side first. Seems to be your typical, run-of-the-mill advertisement showing an action photo to promote the team’s upcoming season, right? Well, then you pan to the right and
Former Tampa Bay Lightning forward Ryan Malone’s face was plastered across the country after a DUI arrest in April, one that also led to the discovery of cocaine. While the DUI charges are severe and could hurt the remainder of his NHL career, the 1.3 grams of cocaine specifically raised eyebrows across the league. Malone,
Tampa Bay Lightning fans seem pretty fired up for this year’s playoffs, and why shouldn’t they be? Their squad has played pretty well all season and are already entrenched in a good matchup with the Montreal Canadiens in the opening round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. So, what’s an excited fanbase to do to show
What do you do if you get great tickets to the opening game of the Stanley Cup playoffs and a fight happens to break out right in front of you? Well, if you’re this grown ass Tampa Bay Lightning fan, you immediately turn around as your selfie impulse kicks in and snap the photo using
This poor Flyers fan just wanted to go watch his team take on the Lightning in Tampa Bay but quickly learned the perils of venturing into the opponent’s barn. One second he’s enjoying his delicious treat in peace, the next he’s plastered on the jumbotron looking like a fat, lonely loser for thousands to laugh