Ira KaufmanTribune Staff
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Like it or not, their names and careers will forever be linked in the annals of NFL history.
TAMPA — They were the No. 1 overall picks in the NHL Entry Draft, one year apart, and both are struggling in the Stanley Cup Final.
TAMPA — When Nikita Kucherov hobbled off the ice after only three shifts Saturday night, he took a big piece of the Lightning’s offense with him.
TAMPA — There’s a seismic NFL shift underway in another Bay area, and the aftershocks will be evident this fall.
BRANDON — Ever since that third-period meltdown against the Rangers in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals, the Tampa Bay Lightning have played their best defensive hockey of the ...
TAMPA — While Andrei Vasilevskly was calm and cool during Game 4, the man he replaced in the Lightning net was a nervous wreck.
TAMPA — The Chicago Blackhawks paid Cedric Paquette’s checking line the ultimate compliment Saturday night.
TAMPA — Known for their offensive balance during the regular season, the Lightning have admittedly been top heavy during the playoffs.
TAMPA — If the Tampa Bay Lightning have any inclination to adopt a theme song for the rest of this postseason, a 1971 hit for ex-Beatles drummer Ringo Starr might fit the bill:
TAMPA — Lightning C Brian Boyle was in a frustrated mood after Game 1, and Thursday morning wasn’t much better.
The “Bitegate’’ mystery surrounding Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final between Tampa Bay and Chicago was a topic of discussion Thursday at Amalie Arena.
TAMPA — He’s the enemy now, and he knows it.
Once again, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are on the clock.
TAMPA — The three New York Rangers who were the most visible in Game 4 were the ones most under the microscope.
TAMPA — He’s affectionately known as “King Henrik’’ among fans of the New York Rangers, but goaltender Henrik Lundqvist has been anything but regal against...
TAMPA — Lightning coach Jon Cooper said it would be premature to declare Ryan Callahan out for Tuesday night’s playoff game, despite the forward’s emergency appendectomy...
TAMPA — On a rainy, gloomy Monday night in downtown Tampa, Bette Midler proved to an Amalie Arena audience that certain performers can light up any stage.
TAMPA — If the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result, then the Montreal Canadiens have lost their minds.
TAMPA — From his distant vantage point, Ben Bishop didn’t know whether to raise his arms in celebration or prepare himself for overtime.
TAMPA — Making teams pay for their indiscretions continues to be a major theme for the Lightning, who had their way with Montreal’s penalty killers in Game 2.