Marty’s Gone…& He Isn’t Coming Back I remember waking up on March 5th to the news of Martin St. Louis departure from the Tampa Bay Lightning. Though perhaps heightened by […]
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The Tampa Bay Lightning’s season came to a quick end in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Despite an early playoff exit, it was a record setting season, […]
Check out my Western Conference predictions here. The Eastern Conference has been wide open this season, with as many as 11 teams in the hunt for a playoff berth up […]
The Tampa Bay Lightning looked like they were in serious trouble only a week after the Olympic break. Excitement over Steven Stamkos’ upcoming return to game action since breaking his […]
The Avalanche literally hit the jackpot when they won the draft lottery last summer. At the time, most of the hockey world predicted a Seth Jones selection because of their […]
Steven Stamkos is aiming for a return to game action on Saturday night, which is huge news for both the Lightning, and the Canadian Olympic team. [Globe and Mail] Trade […]
The Islanders took a big risk when they traded locker room favorite Matt Moulson to the Sabres for pending UFA Tomas Vanek. Now it looks as though they’ll have to […]
For Lightning fans November 11th 2013 was a day to forget. Star forward Steven Stamkos suffered from a broken tibia during an intense division match-up with the Boston Bruins. Many […]
At the beginning of the year, the Calgary Flames and the Philadelphia Flyers were sitting at opposite ends of the spectrum, but it wasn’t the way analysts and fans alike […]
When Steven Stamkos broke his leg in a freak play in Boston earlier this month, both the Tampa Bay Lightning and Team Canada was left with a huge hole. Stamkos […]
This just in: Canadian hockey teams make a lot of money. Florida, Tampa Bay, Columbus, Carolina and Phoenix, on the other hand, do not. [Puck Daddy] Despite having less goals […]
With the second month of the season coming to a close, the New York Rangers have found themselves moving in the right direction. They are currently sitting in third place in the Metropolitan Division, only six points behind the Pittsburgh Penguins for first.