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  1. It's a rare opportunity for the Golden Knights. In a stretch where Vegas plays seven straight games at home and nine out of 10, tonight is its third straight game against a team that probably won't make the playoffs. Of the six remaining home games on this stretch, five of them are against teams currently outside the playoffs. With the Golden Knights riding high at 21-4-2 at home, this is a chance to put some distance between themselves and the pack in the Western Conference. So far, the 38-15-4 Golden Knights are 2-1-0 in this stretch, and will next meet the 22-28-7 Mo
  2. The Lightning and Devils are set to meet for just the second time so far this season. Both teams have been inconsistent as of late. The Devils are currently riding a two-game winning streak after dropping four straight. The Lightning, meanwhile, played well in a 4-1 win over Detroit on Thursday but lost both halves of a back-to-back at the beginning of the week. Lines from Thursday's game. Subject to change. Forwards Vladislav Namestnikov - Steven Stamkos - Nikita Kucherov Yanni Gourde - Brayden Point - Tyler Johnson Alex Killorn - Matthew Peca - Adam
  3. When the Tampa Bay Lightning host the Vancouver Canucks Thursday at AMALIE Arena, it will have been 21 days since the Lightning last played a non-exhibition home game. "Three weeks between home games is a lot," Bolts head coach Jon Cooper admitted after his team returned to practice at the home rink on Wednesday. Tampa Bay played just three home games in the month of January, game No. 2 and No. 3 broken up by the mid-season, week-long break. Following their final home game of the month on January 18, the Bolts embarked on a four-game road trip, came home briefly for the All-Sta
  4. VEGAS (January 29, 2018) - Vegas Golden Knights General Manager George McPhee announced today, January 29, the following roster transaction: the team has recalled defenseman Jason Garrison from the American Hockey League's Chicago Wolves. Garrison started the season with the Golden Knights and has recorded one assist in five games. In 35 games with the Wolves, he leads all defensemen with 19 points (4 G, 15 A) to go with 18 penalty minutes.
  5. It's been an eventful four days since the San Jose Sharks last played a game, but the team is back in action tonight as they begin their five-game road trip in Pittsburgh to take on the Penguins. While most of the team was off on their All-Star Break mini-vacation, Brent Burns and family spent the weekend in Tampa Bay, showing off to the league and - for the second time in three seasons - bringing home the NHL All-Star championship with the rest of the Pacific Division. But let's talk about hockey that counts. The Sharks went into the break with a pair of somewhat disappointing losse
  6. The second half of Tampa Bay's eight-game road trip begins with their annual Western Canada swing. First up is a meeting against the Jets at Bell MTS Place in Winnipeg. Both teams went into last weekend's All-Star break playing well. The Lightning are riding a three-game winning streak while the Jets have won three of their last four. Lines from Thursday's game. Subject to change. Forwards Chris Kunitz - Steven Stamkos - Vladislav Namestnikov Tyler Johnson - Brayden Point - Nikita Kucherov Alex Killorn - Matthew Peca - Yanni Gourde Michael Bour
  7. In the grand scheme of things, it means nothing. Although for the first-year Golden Knights, it would certainly be a noteworthy accomplishment. If Vegas defeat the New York Islanders (24-20-5) tonight, it'll be its 33rd win of the season. This would equal the 1993-94 Florida Panthers and 1993-94 Anaheim Mighty Ducks for the most wins ever by an NHL expansion team in its first season. The Golden Knights, of course, have 35 more games this season, making this record a bit of a foregone conclusion. Although given the incredibly early juncture in the season that this record could b
  8. The Game Joe Pavelski will center the top line in place of Joe Thornton when the San Jose Sharks face the New York Rangers at SAP Center on Thursday. Thornton, who injured his right knee against the Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday, is expected to miss at least two weeks. Pavelski will move from right wing, and Mikkel Boedker will move from the third to the first line at right wing. Forward Joonas Donskoi will return to the lineup after missing two games with the flu. Backup goaltender Ondrej Pavelec will start for the Rangers, who have lost three straight, and have been ou
  9. All that stands between the Bolts and the three-day All-Star Break is a matchup against the Flyers in Philadelphia. The Flyers won the first meetingof the season at AMALIE Arena, scoring three second period goals en route to a 5-3 victory. Tampa Bay has won back-to-back games over Chicago and Nashville earlier this week, while the Flyers come in winners of four straight. Lines from Thursday's morning skate. Subject to change. Forwards Chris Kunitz - Steven Stamkos - Vladislav Namestnikov Tyler Johnson - Brayden Point - Nikita Kucherov Alex Killorn -
  10. After the quick one game trip to Anaheim, the Sharks are back in San Jose where they face off tonight against the Central Division-leading Winnipeg Jets for another edition of the NHL's answer to West Side Story. It was a successful trip to Anaheim for the Sharks, as they emerged with two points after beating the Ducks 6-2. Mikkel Boedker scored twice - including his 100th career goal - as well as Marc-Edouard Vlasic, Kevin Labanc, Joe Thornton, and Melker Karlsson. Despite the lopsided score, the best player of the night for the Sharks - at least early on - was Aaron Dell, who kept the S
  11. It was fun while it lasted, right? The Golden Knights sat atop the NHL with 66 points for about 24 hours following Sunday's 5-1 win over the Carolina Hurricanes, until the Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Chicago Blackhawks 2-0 on Monday. The Lightning currently lead the NHL with 67 points and face the Nashville Predators this evening, although the Golden Knights' focus is on the Columbus Blue Jackets. Vegas' focus is also on its return to home ice. The Golden Knights meet the Blue Jackets tonight and New York Islanders on Thursday before heading into the All-Star Break, from w
  12. The Lightning contnue their tough road trip with their third straight game against the Central divsion when they take on the Nashville Predators on Tuesday night in the Music City. Tampa Bay snapped a season-long three-game losing streak on Monday night in Chicago. Lines from Monday's game at Chicago. Subject to change. Forwards Chris Kunitz - Steven Stamkos - Vladislav Namestnikov Tyler Johnson - Brayden Point - Nikita Kucherov Yanni Gourde - Matthew Peca - Alex Killorn Michael Bournival - Cedric Paquette - Ryan Callahan Defensemen Jake Dotc
  13. The Bolts have hit a touch of adversity, dropping three straight games after a 5-2 loss on Saturday in Minnesota. Luckily for Tampa Bay, a trip to Chicago may be what they need to get out of their funk. Dating back to the 2010-2011 season, the Bolts have gone 10-0-2 in regular season games against Chicago. The Blackhawks have also struggled recently, winning only once in their last four games. Lines from Saturday's game. Subject to change. Forwards Vladislav Namestnikov - Steven Stamkos - Nikita Kucherov Ondrej Palat - Brayden Point - Tyler Johnson Al
  14. The Lighning's road-heavy schedule continues, as they begin a stretch of eight games away from home. The trip begins Saturday against the Wild and then continues with a back-to-back in Chicago and Nashville early next week. Tampa Bay has struggled recently, scoring only twice in their last two games. Saturday's meeting closes out the regular season series between the Bolts and Wild. In the first game, played in Tampa last month, the Bolts scored three late goals to pull away and win 3-0. Lines from Thursday's game. Subject to change. Forwards Chris Kunitz - Steven
  15. It's a Sharks gameday again, as the Sharks play their second half of the back-to-back and third game in four days. People who love hockey love this week, with five games in seven days for Team Teal. The Sharks are coming off a satisfying 4-1 win over the Los Angeles Kings to close out their season series, winning three games to one. Chris Tierney, Barclay Goodrow, Mikkel Boedker, and Joe Thornton all scored (the latter on an empty net), while Martin Jones continued his dominance against his former club. After a thrilling 6-5 overtime win on Saturday that saw Joonas Donskoi put on a
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