Corey Perry faced the Lightning in the Stanley Cup Final in each of the past two seasons. He was with the Dallas Stars in 2020 and the Montreal Canadiens this year.
Forward Blake Coleman left to sign a six-year, $29.4 million deal with Calgary. And defenseman David Savard signed a four-year, $14 million contract with Montreal.
Sonya Bryson-Kirksey, the Tampa Bay Lightning’s national anthem singer for home games, has been moved to the intensive care unit, several days after being hospitalized for COVID-19, her husband tells FOX 13.
After nine years with the Bolts, Tyler Johnson is heading to the Chicago Blackhawks.
Sonya's husband says she is not on a ventilator but is having some breathing problems as she continues to battle COVID-19.
Sonya Bryson-Kirksey, the Tampa Bay Lightning’s national anthem singer for home games, has been admitted to a hospital following a COVID-19 diagnosis and is stressing the importance of getting vaccinated.
The Seattle Kraken officially announced Wednesday they will take Tampa Bay's forward Yanni Gourde, who will miss at least the first month of the season following shoulder surgery.
The Bolts announced the team's preseason schedule, which includes one game against the Florida Panthers inside the Amway Center in Orlando.
The New York Rangers acquired the rights to pending free agent forward Barclay Goodrow as part of a pair of moves before the NHL roster freeze for the Seattle expansion draft.
A baby giraffe at Busch Gardens was born on the day the Lightning won their second championship. It wasn't difficult to come up with his name: Stanley.
Tampa Bay Lightning's general manager got emotional when describing the players' injuries and their determination to get back on the ice to play. “That’s how you win a Stanley Cup."
The Stanley Cup was dented during the Lightning's second 'Champa Bay' celebration on Monday. So, it turns out the Cup will be going to Montreal after all -- for rehab.
Fans from around the Tampa Bay area and even across the state made their way to Tampa to see the Tampa Bay Lightning parade Monday. It's part of the dynasty now known as "Champa Bay."
Stanley set sail on Monday – again – as the Tampa Bay Lightning celebrated their back-to-back Stanley Cup championship with a boat parade down the Hillsborough River.
The Tampa Bay Lightning Stanley Cup championship parade wrapped up after sailing through downtown Tampa. Tens of thousands of Bolts fans hit the Tampa Riverwalk to celebrate the home team’s back-to-back Stanley Cup wins, though Mother Nature ultimately crashed the party.
Monday, fans will flood downtown to watch the Tampa Bay Lightning boat parade and join the after-party to celebrate the team's second Stanley Cup championship in less than a year.
Yes, the ice that the Tampa Bay Lightning skated on during the Stanley Cup Final has been filtered and transformed into a limited-edition beer. Sixteen Tampa bars will be serving it up Monday.
Thousands of bolts fans will converge on the riverfront Monday morning for a boat parade to celebrate back-to-back Stanley Cup Champions, the Tampa Bay Lightning.
As city officials outline details for Monday’s championship parade, the president offered his compliments to the back-to-back Stanley Cup champions.
The Tampa Bay Lightning’s championship boat parade will kick off at 11 a.m. Monday, sailing down the Hillsborough River before a "huge celebration” at Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park. Here's the schedule and the route.