Tampa Bay Lightning center Brayden Point was out of the lineup for Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final on Monday night, missing his team's 6-2 victory. Point did not take part in the team's morning skate. He returned to the Lightning lineup in Game 1 against the Colorado Avalanche after missing the previous two rounds, having suffered a lower body injury on May 14 in Game 7 of the first round against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Thank you so much for giving my family an update on this on your website. IIHF World Juniors Live
The 2022 Stanley Cup Final could be decided Friday night in Denver, with the Colorado Avalanche holding a 3-1 lead over the Tampa Bay Lightning. Thank you so much for giving my family an update on this topic on your website. nfr live
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Former Lightning and NHL stars Vinny Lecavalier and Brad iRichards were extras in a comic book movie.
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A personal reflection and write-up tied to 401 Channelside Drive, the venerable ice palace known as Amalie Arena. It's not about events at the arena as-so-much the building's story of how it got built. And how the story is not all out there.
I guess we knew this already. Now it's official
Drouin leaves Lightning fans with a goodbye
It's Hedman's 14th goal of the NHL season and it's back-to-back wins for the Lightning, on the road, to start the week. Tampa Bay still trails the New York Islanders for the #8 playoff seed in the Eastern Conference.
It was Point's 12th goal on the season and put Tampa Bay up 1-0 very early in play at Canadian Tire Center. Point had scored twice last night at MSG, helping the Bolts beat the Rangers, 3-2.