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Sunday, Sep 14, 2014

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Bolts notes: Stralman looks for new home, old game

Bolts notes: Stralman looks for new home, old game

House hunting brought Anton Stralman to Tampa on Tuesday, but it was the direction of the Tampa Bay Lightning that lured him to town.
Updated: 2 months ago
Bolts notes: Callahan does part to get Boyle to Tampa

Bolts notes: Callahan does part to get Boyle to Tampa

After hearing rave reviews on the Lightning — not to mention living in Tampa — Brian Boyle opted to join forces with Ryan Callahan once again and signed a three-year contract with Tampa Bay worth $6 million.
Updated: 2 months ago
Lightning’s top pick receives high praise

Lightning’s top pick receives high praise

BRANDON — Shortly after Tampa Bay took defenseman Anthony DeAngelo with the 19th overall pick in last month’s NHL draft, the latest first-round selection from the Sarnia Sting chosen by the Lightning received a text message from another...
Updated: 2 months ago
Bolts fan’s boyhood dreams realized at camp

Bolts fan’s boyhood dreams realized at camp

The visionary inside Lightning founder Phil Esposito once stated somebody born and raised in Florida would one day make it to the NHL. Brandon native Clay Witt might be the first.
Updated: 2 months ago
Lightning Notes: Pieces coming together

Lightning Notes: Pieces coming together

BRANDON — When the dust settled following the frenzied first hours of free agency, Lightning head coach Jon Cooper felt fine about the moves made by general manager Steve Yzerman....
Updated: 2 months ago

Lightning sign defenseman Sustr to one-year deal

The Lightning signed defenseman Andrej Sustr to a one-year, one-way contract on Friday.
Updated: 2 months ago
Bolts’ Koekkoek ready to get back on the ice

Bolts’ Koekkoek ready to get back on the ice

BRANDON — Forgive Slater Koekkoek for any feelings of frustration he might hold.
Updated: 2 months ago
Good young goaltenders might cost Lightning top prospect

Good young goaltenders might cost Lightning top prospect

The core of the Lightning’s organizational strength — goaltending depth — is front and center at this week’s prospect development camp as the top three goaltenders in Tampa Bay’s system show off why the future is so bright in net.
Updated: 2 months ago
Former GM Feaster back with Lightning

Former GM Feaster back with Lightning

The Lightning hired former general manager Jay Feaster to serve as executive director of community hockey development. Feaster served as GM when Tampa Bay won the Stanley Cup in 2004.
Updated: 2 months ago
Electric Bolts prospect Drouin ready to go forward

Electric Bolts prospect Drouin ready to go forward

BRANDON — He’d never been left behind — never.
Updated: 2 months ago