Tampa Bay Lightning goalie Louis Domingue isn't worried about what it means to step into the No. 1 role for the Bolts now that Andrei Vasilevskiy is injured. He is focused on whichever game is immediately in front of him.
Brad Marchand scored twice and assisted on another goal during a four-goal, second period flurry to lead the Boston Bruins to a 4-3 victory over the Arizona Coyotes
The Florida Panthers want to make sure they get off to a strong start Thursday night against the Columbus Blue Jackets as they look to extend their win streak to six games.
Panthers President of Hockey Ops & GM Dale Tallon gives an in-depth review of the season thus far and says the winning streak is all about confidence and having a balanced attack.
As he gets ready for career game No. 401, Florida Panthers forward Jonathan Huberdeau reflects on his career milestone and how his career has gone so far.
Tampa Bay Lightning coach Jon Cooper breaks down Saturday's overtime win over the Philadelphia Flyers, examining the shot disparity between the two teams and impact Adam Erne and his line had on the game.
After 19 years in the NHL, Florida Panthers goalie Roberto Luongo is still going strong thanks to his work ethic and time spent preparing for games which doesn’t stop in the off season.
The Lightning LIVE crew of Paul Kennedy and Bobby "The Chief" Taylor take a look at what Louis Domingue will need to do for the Bolts now that he is the No. 1 goalie for the next month or so.
Jake Allen says he's encouraged by the Blues' recent play: "I think probably the last three, four, five games we're getting more on the same page and it's nice to see."
Oskar Sundqvist on scoring against his old teammate, goaltender Marc-André Fleury: "I think in Pittsburgh I never scored on him during practice, so now I got three on him. It's nice."
Mike Yeo on the Blues' rough second period against the Sharks: "You can't come into a building like this against a team like this and put yourself in a hole like that."
Robby Fabbri on rookie linemate Robert Thomas: "I know the shoes that he's in. He's doing great. He's a smart player. He's easy to read off of. He's out there working every shift, and I just try to go alongside of that."
Vladimir Tarasenko put his body (and teeth) on the line and lost a chiclet doing so, but says he'll do whatever it takes to help the Blues: "I just tried to do something to not let us go down by two goals."