Star forward Brayden Point out of lineup as Tampa Bay Lightning win Game 3 of Stanley Cup Final


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

2022 Stanley Cup Final: Can the Avs clinch on home ice? Previewing what could be a deciding Game 5


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

There's a guy in Clearwater who makes Lightning yard signs


Via Reddit with an example photo. The guy who does it made that post.

I bet you didn't know this bit of Bolts history...


Former Lightning and NHL stars Vinny Lecavalier and Brad iRichards were extras in a comic book movie.

Some fans met Kevin Shattenkirk on Tuesday...


Just a tweet with a photo wit5h the Holt5s new D-man.

Reflecting on the history of Amalie Arena


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.

Yzerman Back to Detroit


I guess we knew this already. Now it's official

Jonathan Drouin says farewell


Drouin leaves Lightning fans with a goodbye

Peter Budaj to wear No. 31


@TBLightning locker awaits Peter Budaj on arrival from @LAKings tonight. Will wear number 31.

— Paul Kennedy (@PaulKennedyFOX) February 27, 2017

Lightning fans gather outside Honda Center


They didn't get to see a win, but they still had fun. A large contingent of Lightning fans have traveled to California to cheer on the Bolts.