Statistics and Analysis
For statistical discussion about the Tampa Bay Lightning and the NHL overall
The Lightning likely want to improve on last year’s January results
The rookie center has been a force for the Lightning.
Goalies are showing just how important they are in the NHL.
Brayden Point is riding a high shooting percentage, but who else might be off the mark?
Time for some NHL trophy takes.
and a slow week in Tampa Bay sees the Leafs hot on the Bolts tails.
First Marchessault, now Gourde: how the NHL handles "late bloomers."
Tampa and Toronto hit some injury issues, Ottawa and Montreal fall, while NYI gets scoring punch from the grinders.
And the Tampa Bay Lightning are near the top of the league, never mind games played.
The Tampa Bay Lightning may have to let the offensively dynamic late-blooming forward test unrestricted free agency next July.
Quick Strikes: How does the John Gibson contract affect Andrei Vasilevskiy and the Tampa Bay Lightning?
The Tampa Bay Lightning have two seasons before Andrei Vasilevskiy gets paaaiiiiidddd
The Lightning re-signed Ryan McDonagh a year early to a risky long-term extension
Nikita Kucherov is even better than you think.
The Lightning have made some important defensive adjustments against the Bruins.
Looking at the Lightning’s scoring at each position compared to the NHL average.
The Lightning are playing well, with goaltending a notable weakness.
The Lightning smartly signed high scoring Alex Barré-Boulet to an ELC.
Anthony Duclair is reportedly available and the Lightning should be interested.
Here’s our analysis of whether Andrej Sustr or Slater Koekkoek should be getting more minutes this season.
A look at the Lightning’s offensive play this season
Advanced stats takeaways from the first three games for the Lightning.
The Tampa Bay Lightning’s recent big trade and expansion draft decisions highlight some interesting questions about value.
With the season over, now is the time to review each players’ individual performance. This piece looks at the bottom half of the Lightning’s forward group.
After playing somewhere between mediocre and poorly for most of the season, the Lightning are finally playing better, but it will likely be too little too late.
A quick look at the Lightning using the new GAR metric.
A look at how frequently Lightning players contribute to dangerous shots individually and in tandem.
Using the passing project to look at which Lightning players contribute to the most dangerous scoring opportunities.