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The Tampa Bay Lightning will have a different look on defense this evening when they take on the visiting Montreal Canadiens.
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The Nashville Predators acquired right wing Andrei Kostitsyn from the Montreal Canadiens on Monday.
RDS initially reported the trade that would join Andrei with brother Sergei in Music City.
The Canadiens receive a second-round pick and a conditional fifth-round selection in the 2013 draft. The fifth-round pick came as a result of the Hall Gill trade earlier in the season.
Tampa Bay Lightning rookie forward Brett Connolly isn’t going anywhere, General Manager Steve Yzerman said on Monday.
Connolly has recorded four goals and nine points in 48 games this season, but has just one assist in his past 26 contest...
While the Tampa Bay Lightning made a few additions on Monday, there might be a few subtractions to the lineup on Tuesday.
It’s official: the Nashville Predators have acquired Andrei Kostitsyn from the Montreal Canadiens.
The Preds send a second round pick in 2013 plus the conditional pick they got in the Hal Gill trade back the other way. So, in essence, the Montreal and Nashville trade now becomes Gill and Andrei Kostitsyn for minor leaguers Blake Geoffrion, Robert Slaney and second round picks...
The Tampa Bay Lightning honored Morris Hintzman as a Lightning Community Hero during the first period of tonightâs game against the Montreal Canadiens. Hintzman, who received a $50,000 donation from the Lightning Foundation and the Lightnin...
via TSN Trade Centre, Carter Ashton traded by Lightning to Leafs for Keith Aulie.
MONTREAL (AP) -- Montreal Canadiens great Jean Beliveau has had a stroke and is being treated at a hospital.
Steven Stamkos scored his NHL-leading 44th goal of the season and the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the slumping Montreal Canadiens 2-1 on Tuesday night.
The Tampa Bay Lightning continued to add blue- line depth on Monday, acquiring young defenseman Keith Aulie from the Toronto Maple Leafs for former first-round pick Carter Ashton.
A stretch key to the Lightning's playoff push begins with a win.
Montreal Canadiens great Jean Beliveau has had a stroke and is being treated at a hospital. The NHL team says Tuesday the 80-year-old Hall of Famer was admitted after he was stricken Monday night. The Canadiens say Beliveau is "undergoing active investigation and treatments." Beliveau played 20 seasons in the NHL -- from 1950 to 1971, all with the Canadiens.