Tampa Bay Lightning

2nd Atlantic | 0-0
  • Goals For
    224 GF
  • Goals Against
    198 GA
  • Power Play %
    15.8 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    84.0 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    809 PIM
  • Blues GM: We may take ‘half a step back,’ while young veterans grow into leadership roles
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    Blues GM: We may take ‘half a step back,’ while young veterans grow into leadership roles

    After a few early exits from the Stanley Cup playoffs, the St. Louis Blues were finally able to make a long run. Granted, they didn’t win the Stanley Cup or make it to the final, but they did manage to reach the Western Conference Final. Unfortunately for the Blues (and a lot of other teams), the NHL’s salary cap number didn’t increase very much and it forced the organization to part ways with a number of key veterans. Gone are captain David Backes, winger Troy Brouwer and goalie Brian Elliott. There could be even more change between now and the start of the year, as Kevin Shattenkirk could find himself elsewhere. Those key departures mean that the Blues will need some of their younger players

  • Report: Veteran center Moore says he has offers on the table
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    Report: Veteran center Moore says he has offers on the table

    The chaos of free agency has subsided. And the list of notable players out there has thinned down as the summer has carried on. Still looking to sign an NHL deal is veteran center Dominic Moore, who is about to turn 36 years old next month and is coming off a two-year deal with the New York Rangers that paid him an AAV of $1.5 million. It was evident way before free agency that Moore likely wouldn’t be back in New York, and would go to the open mark. “The free agency period goes in fits and starts. Things open up and close along the way. You just try to be proactive but patient. You also don’t want to put yourself in the wrong spot, so you wait to find the right fit, the right role,” Moore told