Team Snapshot
Goals For / Game 3.89 1st
Goals Against / Game 2.70 Tied-7th
Power Play % 28.2 1st
Penalty Kill % 85.0 1st
2018-19 Atlantic Division Standings
Team W L OTL PTS
Tampa Bay 62 16 4 128
Boston 49 24 9 107
Toronto 46 28 8 100
Montreal 44 30 8 96
Florida 36 32 14 86
Buffalo 33 39 10 76
Detroit 32 40 10 74
Ottawa 29 47 6 64

Tampa Bay Lightning News

  • Getting there... 10.3.19 | #GoBolts https://t.co/08fva1ZNRP

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  • Got you an extra special Snap filter if youre joining us at @amaliearena tonight for #BoltsBrewFest! https://t.co/QXkkJDeIAa

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  • Have a wonderful weekend, #Bolts fans! 10.3.19 | #GoBolts https://t.co/UaeKKOElnR

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  • RT @boltspup: Looks like a chew toy, feels like a chew toy... But isnt!Another lesson learned today. https://t.co/ODhaOjziyx

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  • "Hand hug, hand hug!!" @hugloa2001 mic'd up at #BoltsDevCamp is 100 percent wholesome content: https://t.co/JX2laWUJlc

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  • Hi, #Bolts fans! Meet Bolt. https://t.co/S69K3JPkO4 https://t.co/5XwcKzW14U

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  • Happy Friday! 10.3.19 | #GoBolts https://t.co/9wLaC72OA0

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  • TBO: Andrei Vasilevskiy's eight-year contract seems long. But is it?

    TAMPA -- Eight years is a long time. Most people have little idea where their careers will take them in eight years. Heck, think of how much trends change in that time.

    Eight years ago, Charlie Sheen re-defined #winning, planking meant taking a picture of yourself lying somewhere weird and maybe dangerous, and Rebecca Black sang about the wonders of Friday.

    At that time, Andrei Vasilevskiy was playing in the Russian juniors league. Now, he's the second Vezina winner under 25 in 30 years. In eight more years, Vasilevskiy is scheduled to be right here, going into the final year of his $76-million contract.

    TAMPA -- Eight years is a long time. Most people have little idea where their careers will take them in eight years. Heck, think of how much trends change in that time.

    Eight years ago, Charlie Sheen re-defined #winning, planking meant taking a picture of yourself lying somewhere weird and maybe dangerous, and Rebecca Black sang about the wonders of Friday.

    At that time, Andrei Vasilevskiy was playing in the Russian juniors league. Now, he's the second Vezina winner under 25 in 30 years. In eight more years, Vasilevskiy is scheduled to be right here, going into the final year of his $76-million contract.

  • From Vasy to you. https://t.co/PxRvYcAnwG

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  • "Tough drill. Only person I can fake on this shot is myself." Oleg Sosunov mic'd up at #BoltsDevCamp? A beauty. https://t.co/kQ8c7M54Ce

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  • Happy Friday! Here's some hockey. Peep @theduncanduo top highlights from our 3-on-3: https://t.co/jzGJ6SpXun

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  • Cirelli counts us down!10.3.19 | #GoBolts https://t.co/thmS8ngD5Y

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  • Excited for #BoltsBeachBash this Saturday?@MyClearwater Mayor George Cretekos has a message for you! https://t.co/XFi3wpVHSR

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  • TBO: Lightning's Curtis McElhinney excited to join Tampa Bay

    TAMPA -- A warmer climate and a great team are just two of the things Lightning goaltender Curtis McElhinney is looking forward to in the 2019-20 season.

    In an interview with NHL Tonight broadcasters, McElhinney said he is especially looking forward to being on the other side of the Lightning's "high-powered offense" having "faced the brunt of it" last season when the 36-year-old goaltender played for the Carolina Hurricanes.

    "I'm excited to get down there," he said. "This is Round 2 in Tampa for me so hopefully it will be a little bit longer than the last time I went through there.

    TAMPA -- A warmer climate and a great team are just two of the things Lightning goaltender Curtis McElhinney is looking forward to in the 2019-20 season.

    In an interview with NHL Tonight broadcasters, McElhinney said he is especially looking forward to being on the other side of the Lightning's "high-powered offense" having "faced the brunt of it" last season when the 36-year-old goaltender played for the Carolina Hurricanes.

    "I'm excited to get down there," he said. "This is Round 2 in Tampa for me so hopefully it will be a little bit longer than the last time I went through there.

  • Heddy 10.3.19 | #GoBolts https://t.co/ReACyC0gg4

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