I would first of all like to say that the Lightning are building something great down in Tampa. They’re building the type of team that is getting ready for a […]
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It’s easy to get carried away with the great 7-1 start of the Montreal Canadiens this season. It’s easier still when one considers the seven wins are the most the […]
Milan Lucic made an obscene gesture but apologized for it. [Toronto Star] So apparently Phil Kessel doesn’t look like a hockey player. [Winging it in Motown] Fans in Toronto are […]
Victor Hedman has arrived and is not going anywhere anytime soon. Bolts fans are going to be treated to not only the Steven Stamkos show this hockey season, but the […]
It’s often said that revenge is a dish best served cold, a statement filled with validity, but missing, like all flawed adages, one small enhancement: revenge is a dish best […]
The Tampa Bay Lightning and Ottawa Senators will forever be linked, having joined the NHL together as expansion teams in the 1992-93 season. In this their 22nd campaign, respectively, the […]
At one time or another you may have found yourself watching a hockey game when a player who you had completely forgotten about captures your eye. Perhaps he is a […]
Managing The Break: Unless you have taken part in any number of fantasy pools involving the Olympic athletes, you and your team are on a two week break from fantasy […]
One of the Tampa Bay Lightning and Bolt Nation’s biggest question marks for the upcoming 2013-2014 season is its defense. The Lightning are coming off of a disappointing, albeit shortened, […]
Without a doubt there will be free agent targets on defense for the Tampa Bay Lightning. The Lighting ranked 26th in the NHL allowing 150 goals against. This number is […]
As the Tampa Bay Lightning sit nine points out of a playoff spot with six games to go it is all but known that they will not see the post […]
Blue collar players are essential to any team’s success in the NHL. They are the players that punish their opposition physically, sacrifice their bodies to block shots, work to regain possession of the puck for their team, and take great efforts to be in position to make shots on goal.
The Tampa Bay Lightning are blessed to have some very willing participants in these areas. In no particular order we will review the top five of these “black and blue” players who “bring the thunder.”