Minor league teams, no matter the sports, always seem to go above and beyond when it comes to promoting the franchise, frequently more than willing to attempt things and concepts no professional orga
For an NHL team playing in the South, the Tampa Bay Lightning historically have done a pretty good job at getting fans to turn out for games.
I have been watching hockey for essentially my entire life — I’m from Minne-SOH-Tah, duh — and I cannot recall a time when an NHL head coach has drawn a penalty for making stupid fa
Oh man, the manner in which Flyers forward Wayne Simmonds destroys Lightning defenseman Eric Brewer with a series of violent uppercuts and roundhouse rights to the melon during a second period fight
New York Rangers center Artem Anisimov apologized for his goal celebration where he used his stick as an improvised sniper rifle during the team’s game against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursd
This brouhaha occurred during the Tampa Bay Lightning’s 2-1 overtime win over the Philadelphia Flyers, and believe you me, it’s a doozy.
A hearty congratulations goes out to Tampa Bay Lightning star Steven Stamkos for realizing an achievement few professional athletes dare to dream about: landing on the cover of one of EA Sports legen
Now that’s the kind of sophisticated, in-depth breakdown of an NHL playoff game you just aren’t going to get on Versus.
In other words, a gaggle of die-hard Tampa Bay Lightning fans gathered in a parking lot to create a symbolic facsimile of a lightning bolt, for all of you non-egghead, science-hating ignoramuses.
Sure, the nattering nabobs of negativity might be counting out the Washington Capitals after they blew a 3-2 third period lead to the Tampa Bay Lightning last night and lose 4-3 to go down three game
Another day, another screencap of some bitter and angry fan giving some hockey player the finger. It’s an epidemic, really.
Heh. Buttman. But was it a Freudian slip, an understandable verbal gaffe or a deliberation mispronunciation? You be the judge.
Hilarious screen grab from last night’s game between Tampa Bay and Pittsburgh.
You know, this Steven Stamkos kid might turn out to be a pretty good hockey player.