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Friday, 10.24.2014 / 9:15 AM
’t sharp in Edmonton, where the Oilers generated several dangerous odd-man rushes.
There are reasonable explanations for why this has happened. First, the Bolts have played much of the trip without four of their regulars: Radko Gudas, Victor Hedman, Alex Killorn and Ryan Callahan. That’s a huge chunk of the lineup missing – and those players are significant contributors. Second, the opposition has
Wednesday, 10.22.2014 / 11:57 AM
the Lightning their second loss in two nights compounded with the recent rash of injuries befallen the team.
Luckily, the Bolts don’t have to worry about such a scenario.
A road trip that started with so much promise after a sensational 4-2 victory against a previously unbeaten Vancouver team was quickly unraveling. It was learned following the win over the Canucks Norris candidate defenseman Victor Hedman
Tuesday, 10.21.2014 / 5:08 PM
Yesterday’s visit to Edmonton was a tough one for the Lightning, not only on the ice, but also in the training room. All in one day, not only did Tampa Bay announce that Victor Hedman would require surgery to stabilize a fractured finger and will miss four to six weeks, but Alex Killorn was injured during the morning skate and Ryan Callahan left during the second period. Jon Cooper announced
Tuesday, 10.21.2014 / 11:42 AM
to be shaping up much the same way.
So far, through two games on its opening road trip of the season, the Lightning have lost standout defenseman Victor Hedman for four to six weeks with a fractured finger after Hedman blocked a shot with his right hand against Vancouver.
Killorn is banged up after falling hard in morning skate prior to the Edmonton game. And Callahan skated off in the second period against
NHL Network's Dan Rosen and Steve Mears bring us up-to-date on Lightning defenseman Victor <b>Hedman</b>'s injury and provide analysis replacing him the lineup...
Monday, 10.20.2014 / 4:42 PM
to Edmonton on June 29. Purcell took a few of his former teammates out to dinner last night to catch up.
The Bolts got in to Edmonton after Saturday night’s win against the Vancouver Canucks, a win that came at a cost. The Lightning announced today that Victor Hedman will undergo surgery tomorrow to repair a fractured finger on his right hand after blocking a shot in the second period. He is expected
Monday, 10.20.2014 / 1:00 PM
Tampa Bay defenseman Victor Hedman will miss four to six weeks after breaking a finger in the Bolts' 4-2 victory at Vancouver on Saturday.
Hedman will have surgery on the injury on Tuesday.
Hedman entered Saturday's game leading the National Hockey League in points (seven) for a defenseman but left partway through the second period. Hedman was seen holding his right hand as he exited the ice
Sunday, 10.19.2014 / 10:39 AM
, along with Cooper's increased attention, has turned a negative into a considerable positive.
2. That improved defense will be tested without stud blue liner Victor Hedman
Victor Hedman was having the best start of his six-year NHL career in 2014-15, having scored three goals, including the overtime game-winner in the season opener, assisting on four and recording seven points, the most
Sunday, 10.19.2014 / 10:18 AM
Timely offense. A key power play goal. Stellar goaltending. Managing opposition momentum surges. Five defensemen stepping up after an injury to Victor Hedman. These were the elements that propelled the Lightning to a 4-2 win in Vancouver on Saturday night.
This one was not a thing of beauty for Tampa Bay. The Lightning committed more turnovers than in any of their first four games
Saturday, 10.18.2014 / 3:56 PM
as Sun Sports.
Here are tonight's connections:
Tampa Bay's Victor Hedman and Vancouver's Henrik & Daniel Sedin are from the same hometown: Ornskoldsvik, Sweden. All three spent time in the Modo Hockey club in Ornskoldsvik.
Bolts defenseman Jason Garrison played 128 games for the Canucks between 2012-14 where he recorded 15 goals along with 49 points.
Lightning forward Ryan Callahan and Vancouver