The Tampa Bay Lightning are having success on their West Coast road trip.
The Tampa Bay Lightning are looking to improve their record on the road.
Tampa Bay has gone cold on the power play and it's been a factor in the club's recent 2-3-1 slide.
Lightning head coach Jon Cooper is happy with the way his roster has come together this season.
The Tampa Bay Lightning have featured a balanced scoring attack 22 games into the 2014-15 season.
Jon Cooper praised his team's defensive play in their 2-1 win over Minnesota.
Despite being blown out 7-2 to the Minnesota Wild on Saturday, Lightning head coach Jon Cooper isn't worried about his goaltending situation.
With his sophomore season as head coach underway, Jon Cooper isn't wasting time implementing systems. Rather he's focused on building on last year's success.
Tampa Bay GM Steve Yzerman said the Lightning had been using advanced stats for a couple years before he arrived in 2010.
Lightning coach Jon Cooper attempted to temper expectations after the club made some improvements to their roster during the off-season.
Jay Feaster has been hired as the executive director of community hockey development for the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Tampa Bay has a scheduling conflict on one of their home dates.
Jon Cooper is humbled to be listed alongside Mike Babcock and Patrick Roy as a finalist for the Jack Adams Award.
Tampa Bay will receive the first-round pick of the New York Rangers in this June's draft.