|Date||Game||Time / Result||Action|
|04/07||Minnesota Wild vs Vancouver Canucks||Canucks W 5–0||Box Score | Recap|
|04/08||San Jose Sharks vs Arizona Coyotes||Coyotes W 4–3||Box Score | Recap|
|04/09||Anaheim Ducks vs Los Angeles Kings||Ducks W 3–1||Box Score | Recap|
|04/09||Nashville Predators vs St. Louis Blues||Blues W 2–0||Box Score | Recap|
|04/10||Pittsburgh Penguins vs Winnipeg Jets||Penguins W 5–2||Box Score | Recap|
* All games are subject to local blackouts
Victor Hedman followed Steven Stamkos' lead and made this one of the best weeks in Tampa Bay Lightning history. Two days after Stamkos decided to return to Tampa Bay, Hedman signed a $63 million, eight-year extension that keeps the No. 1 defenseman around through the 2024-25 season. Like Stamkos did on his $68 million, eight-year deal, Hedman took less money than he probably could have at a salary-cap hit of $7.875 million in the hopes of keeping the Lightning core together to contend for the Stanley Cup for many more seasons.