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
  • Flames, Sabres among 5 teams still trying to sign key RFAs as preseason nears
    CBS Sports

    Flames, Sabres among 5 teams still trying to sign key RFAs as preseason nears

    As August nears its end, multiple NHL teams have some significant loose ends left to tie up. For most of those teams, those loose ends involve the restricted free agents that remain without new contracts for the 2016-17 season. The longer these players remain unsigned, the closer these teams get to having to start their season preparations without them, at least temporarily. While there is still just under a month before NHL training camps open, the timeline to get deals done with key RFAs is even shorter than that. In just over a week, teams participating in the World Cup of Hockey will be opening their training camps. Once that happens, most of the unsigned RFAs are going from being available

  • Cole's Notes from Around the League: 8/20/16-8/26/16
    Arctic Ice Hockey

    Cole's Notes from Around the League: 8/20/16-8/26/16

    Anaheim Ducks The Ducks signed winger Max Jones. Arizona Coyotes The Coyotes acquired centre Dave Bolland and winger Lawson Crouse from Florida. Boston Bruins The Bruins made no moves this week. Buffalo Sabres The Sabres made no moves this week. Calgary Flames The Flames made no moves this week. Carolina Hurricanes The Hurricanes made no moves this week. Chicago Blackhawks The Blackhawks made no moves this week. Winger Tim Jackman, who was under contract with Chicago last season, has retired from pro hockey. Colorado Avalanche The Avalanche hired Jared Bednar as head coach. They signed winger Rene Bourque to a PTO. Winger Patrick Bordeleau, who was under contract with Colorado last season, has

  • Detroit Red Wings tickets for farewell season at JLA on sale Monday
    Detroit Free Press

    Detroit Red Wings tickets for farewell season at JLA on sale Monday

    It’s the last call for the Joe. Detroit Red Wings single-game tickets for home games during the farewell season at Joe Louis Arena will go on sale at 10 a.m. Monday. Only a limited number of ticket quantities remain. The Wings, who lost in the first round of the playoffs last season, are pursuing a 26th straight playoff appearance and their 12th Stanley Cup championship. Detroit’s home opener will be Oct. 17 – a Monday night – against the Ottawa Senators. Other big matchups at home include Jan. 14 vs. the Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins, March 10 against the Chicago Blackhawks and April 9 vs. the New Jersey Devils, which is the final regular-season game at the Joe. The Wings will move