According to Darren Dreger, the New York Rangers could part ways with goaltender Henrik Lundqvist as early as Wednesday. The New York Rangers have been fai...
by: Frank Seravalli — TSN 29 Sep
Pyrotechnics exploded as Steven Stamkos effortlessly hoisted 34.5 lbs of heaven that wiped away five years of failure and one of hockey’s most embarrassing defeats. For an entire year, Tampa Bay wore the stink of being the first President’s Trophy...
by: pete — Bolt Prospects 29 Sep
Validation. TB-2 DAL-0 Tampa Bay Wins the Series 4-2 Tampa Bay Wins the Stanley Cup Andrei Vasilevskiy stopped all 22 shots he faced for his first shutout victory of the playoffs.
by: Jackie Spiegel — Sporting News 29 Sep
Tampa Bay wins its first Stanley Cup championship since 2004.
by: The Associated Press — LA Daily News 29 Sep
The Lightning wins its second Stanley Cup in franchise history with a 2-0 victory over the Stars.
by: Stephen Whyno — The Washington Times 29 Sep
Brayden Point scored his playoff-best 14th goal and the Lightning beat the Dallas Stars 2-0 on Monday night to win the Stanley Cup and finish off the most unusual NHL postseason in history, staged nea
by: STEPHEN WHYNO — The Philadelphia Inquirer 29 Sep
Tampa Bay's core group closed out the final with an almost poetic display of what got the Lightning to this point over the past several years and months.
One year after shocking upset, Tampa Bay Lightning capture Stanley Cup with Game 6 win against Stars
by: Mike Brehm, USA TODAY — USA Today 29 Sep
The Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Dallas Stars 2-0 in Game 6 to win their first Stanley Cup championship since 2004.
by: Stephen Whyno, Associated Press — Detroit News 29 Sep
Brayden Point scored his playoff-best 14th goal and the Lightning beat the Dallas Stars 2-0 and finish off the most unusual NHL postseason in history
by: The Associated Press — The Denver Post 29 Sep
The Tampa Bay Lightning are the champions of bubble hockey.
by: Brian Fonseca | BFonseca@njadvancemedia.com — NJ.com 29 Sep
by: ESPN News Services — ESPN 29 Sep
Blake Coleman and Brayden Point scored goals, and the Tampa Bay Lightning -- as they did all postseason -- flexed their depth and determination en route to securing the Stanley Cup Monday night, defeating the Dallas Stars in Game 6.
by: Associated Press — Star Tribune 29 Sep
Penalties continue to hurt the Dallas Stars, and the Tampa Bay Lightning's power play keeps making them pay in the Stanley Cup Final.