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UPDATE: Teddy Purcell will take Martin St. Louis' place in tonight's lineup.
After kicking off their preseason with four wins in four nights, the Tampa Bay Lightning are in Nashville tonight for a game against the Predators at the Bridgestone Arena. Hoping to extend their winning streak, the Lightning will aim to build on last Thursdayâs impressive 5-1 victory over the Preds.
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Jon Cooper's message to the Tampa Bay Lightning is simple. If you hope to make the playoffs, play better defense.
No team in the NHL allowed more goals over the past two seasons than the 425 yielded by the Lightning, who dismissed former coach Guy Boucher and hired Cooper as his replacement last March.
Cooper went 4-8-3 over the final 15 games of last season and is working...
from Erik Erlendsson of the Tampa Tribune,
In his first two preseason games since signing a five-year free-agent deal with Tampa Bay, Filppula looks every bit the part Tampa Bay signed him to be — and more. In those two games before Tuesday, Filppula produced four assists and had a successful shootout attempt.
In the offensive zone, Filppula has impressive puck control...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Simon Moser and Kevin Klein scored goals, Pekka Rinne stopped all 14 shots he faced, and the Nashville Predators beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 Tuesday night.
Rinne, recovering from offseason hip surgery, played the opening two periods before being relieved by Marek Mazanec, who gave up a goal on three shots he faced in the third period. It was the second...
A nice two game win streak has Pred Nation drooling over the beginning of the regular season. Last nightâs 2-1 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning capped a homestand that saw over 119 minutes of shutout hockey, tight checking, aggressive defense and opportunistic offense.
Yupâ¦ after a year long hiatus, the Predator Way appears to be back.
OK, itâs only two preseason...
After the Lightning beat up on the Predators and walked out of the Tampa Bay Times Forum with a 5-1 win last week, the Predators returned the favor in Nashville on Tuesday night and put an end to the Lightningâs unbeaten streak with a 2-1 victory of their own.
For the first time in their exhibition season, the Tampa Bay Lightning were simply outplayed. The Predators outshot...
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