Bolts in Juniors, NCAA, Europe, and minors.
The OHL and QMJHL finals are about to begin and there are three prospects to watch for.
The Lightning add one of their 2016 seventh-round picks to the farm.
Three prospects head to round three of their respective playoffs.
Cal Foote joins the Crunch as Raddysh and Katchouk aim for a quick trip to the Championship.
The Boston University senior’s season is over. Now it’s time to sign or release.
But MacLeod wasn’t there on the ice....
Hajek and Howden are gone, and the 100+ point player Barre-Boulet arrives
With AHL ATO season coming up soon, we’ll start seeing some entry level contracts getting signed.
The Lightning prospect is in the running for the coveted Minnesota High School hockey award.
Some big news for Brett Howden as well!
The former Otter scored two against his old team in his new rink while Foote plays offense from the blue line.
Somppi, Colton, and Walker have amazing weekends
Just don’t get injured, okay?
Here’s a hint: he’s good.
Maybe the change will spark his production.
Tammela has played two games in the past 18 months, but he has been traded between OHL teams.
Also a big world juniors for Bolts prospects.
Team Canada plays for the gold and Libor Hajek plays for the bronze.
In the Canada vs Czech Republic semifinal match, there will be five Lightning prospects playing.
Canada plays in the quarter-finals this afteroon, and the Lightning could have a huge impact.
No, not in the IIHF World Juniors, but in the World Junior A Challenge.
Raw Charge was at Canada’s selection camp and we spoke with the Howden, Raddysh, and Katchouk.
Taylor Raddysh is among the Lightning prospects that will be looking to make Team Canada.
The Lightning are well represented at the IIHF U20 World Juniors and World Junior A challenge
Lots of good weekends from the players. The teams? Eh.
Katchouk, Raddysh, Lipanov, Somppi, and Walker all put up 4+ points.
Two USHL players will don the red, white, and blue in the World Junior A Challenge.
Two Bolts prospects get the C for their respective leagues vs. Russia.
Originally committed to St. Cloud State, Guttman has changed his commitment.