February 1, 2013 - Lightning take an early lead, and end it with the score of 8-3. Photos: R. Pitts/ CC Media + Entertainment
Steven Stamkos met with fans during the holidays!
Photots from the Bolts' 4-3 win over Buffalo on October 25th, 2011
By: Emmett Stevenson
The Tampa Bay Lightning were handed their second shutout loss 1-0 to the Columbus Bluejackets Tuesday night in
Ben Bishop was solid in goal for
Nick Foligno scored the lone goal of the game at of the second period. Sergei Bobrovsky and Craig McElhinney combined for a 26-save shutout. McElhinney replaced Bobrovsky early in the third period after a breakaway save on J.T. Brown that kept the lead at 1-0. The Bolts out shot
The Lightning return home Thursday night to face the
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By Dory LeBlanc
Last Wednesday, the Lightning announced forward Ryan Malone was placed on injured reserve due to a "lower body injury" sustained on the road in Anaheim. WDAE confirmed with the Lightning staff that the injury was to his foot, but the extent was unknown at the time.
Today in Columbus, General Manager Steve Yzerman told Tampa Bay reporters how extensive the injury actually is.
Got a bit more clarity on Malone from Yzerman, who said the left wing is expected out 3-4 weeks with a non-displaced ankle fracture.— Damian Cristodero (@LightningTimes) December 3, 2013
Malone was drafted in the fourth round of the 1999 Entry Draft by his hometown Pittsburgh Penguins, where he played in 2003-04, (lockout 2005-06) and from 2006-08. The defensive-conscience power forward was traded to Tampa Bay following the 2008 season, and has played in 308 out of a possible 451 games for the Lightning, scoring 90 goals and recording 105 assists.
TAMPA, FL (Tampa Bay Lightning Communications Release) – The Tampa Bay Lightning will host another installment of Lightning Watch Parties for their game against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Tuesday, December 3 from 6 p.m. through the end of the game at Sea Dog Brew Pub, located at 26200 US 19 in Clearwater.
In addition to the excitement of Lightning hockey, fans will also have the opportunity to win prizes and participate in meet-and-greets with Thunderbug, the Lightning Girls and more. Rolling Thunder, the Lightning’s mobile fan truck, will be present at the watch party, equipped with interactive games and prizes for all patrons in attendance. There will also be on-site contests in which fans may enter to win signed Lightning merchandise, as well as tickets to future games.
Fans are encouraged to visit www.tampabaylightning.com to keep up with all the latest news surrounding the team, as well as information regarding upcoming watch parties and future events.