Found January 15, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
from Larry Brooks of the New York Post, * So who is out of Tampa Bay first, Guy Boucher or Vincent Lecavalier? This assumes amnesty buyouts in some shape or form accompany the next CBA. * There is one rule when it comes to watching the Bruins’ home TV broadcast, only one way to avoid being insulted, and that is to put the audio on mute. * It hurts my ears when any 22-year-old says the words, “It’s a business,” as Kyle Turris did at the Garden on Thursday, but my eyes were opened wide by the center, a terrific and dynamic player whose acquisition by Ottawa from Phoenix appears to be a home run for Senators GM Bryan Murray. * Snapshot. Elite Eight: 1. Boston; 2. Vancouver; 3. Chicago; 4. Detroit; 5. Rangers; 6. San Jose; 7. St. Louis; 8. Philadelphia. more

VIDEO: Cheap shot by Vincent Lecavalier

Vincent Lecavlier went after Malkin because Malkin ducked his check. Didn't know that wasn't allowed:

Nate Thompson to headline Lightning Hockey Night January 18

     Tweet   MORE COVERAGE Upcoming Lightning Hockey Night schedule Watch: Thompson shows off his new beachcruiser bicycle in the Lightning l...

AHL goalie Dustin Tokarski intriguing option for Tampa Bay Lightning

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Game #44 - at Tampa Bay Lightning

2011-12 Game 44 Pittsburgh Penguins (22-17-4, 48 points) at Tampa Bay Lightning (17-22-4, 38 points) Expect to see Malone hanging out in the Penguins' crease. Why does it matter? It's a chance to build on something good as the Pens try to beat the Lightning for the first time in five tries. What has...

Finger Pointed At Yzerman

from Ken Campbell of The Hockey News, Karma’s a bugger sometimes, isn’t it? Take the Tampa Bay Lightning, for example. Ever since the Philadelphia Flyers exposed and mocked them for playing their insidious trap, the Lightning have posted a 9-18-2 record and tumbled to the basement of the Eastern Conference. Since then, 1-3-1 hasn’t only been the Lightning’s defensive scheme...

Tampa Bay Lightning Nuts and Bolts

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Tampa Bay Lightning top play of the week

     Tweet   Which play should be the Play of the Week for Jan. 9-15? Stamkos goal vs. Vancouver Purcell goal vs. Pittsburg...

Norfolk Admirals 3, Connecticut Whale 1

By Brian Ring Norfolk, VA – The Connecticut Whale were defeated by the Norfolk Admirals, 3-1, Friday night at the Norfolk Scope in Virginia before a crowd of 4,598. League-leading goal scorer Cory Conacher earned the game-winning goal for Norfolk and Mark Barberio assisted on two of the Admirals’ goals. Aaron Voros collected the lone goal of the game for Connecticut, coming...

St. Louis seeks to regain scoring touch

TAMPA When Steven Stamkos saw Marty St. Louis go flying into the side boards following a hit from behind by Washington's Troy Brouwer, Stamkos immediately came to the aid of his teammate.

Bolts by the numbers: January 16 edition

Who's hot heading into this week: 1. STEVEN STAMKOS The 2012 All-Star has a point in all but one of his past 10 games and notched his league-leading 30th goal o...

Tampa Bay Lightning rallies then loses 6-3 to Pittsburgh Penguins

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Tampa Bay Lightning loses to Washington Capitals 4-3

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