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- Bishop leads Lightning past Red Wings, 3-0 Updated: Dec-15-13 9:09 pm
- Ovechkin scores 4 goals, Caps beat Lightning in SO Updated: Dec-10-13 11:53 pm
- St. Louis has 2 goals, Lightning top Senators 3-1 Updated: Dec-05-13 11:41 pm
- Foligno's goal spurs Blue Jackets to 1-0 win Updated: Dec-03-13 10:42 pm
- Kunitz's 2 goals lead Penguins, 3-0 Updated: Nov-29-13 8:48 pm
- Hedman scores 2 goals, Lightning top Flyers 4-2 Updated: Nov-28-13 12:02 am
- St. Louis scores twice, Lightning beat Rangers 5-0 Updated: Nov-25-13 11:54 pm
- Getzlaf scores late in OT, Ducks beat Lightning Updated: Nov-23-13 2:21 am
- Wingels leads Sharks past Lightning 5-1 Updated: Nov-22-13 2:03 am
- Lightning, Avs and Blues among NHL notables so far Updated: Nov-21-13 6:08 pm
- Scrivens wins again, LA Kings beat Lightning 5-2 Updated: Nov-20-13 2:11 am
UNIONDALE, New York - In a season filled with demoralizing losses, Tuesday night's meltdown against Tampa Bay was the worst yet for the New York Islanders.
WASHINGTON - Alex Ovechkin took aim with little resistance, and the Washington Capitals staged an improbable comeback.
TAMPA, Florida - Martin St. Louis helped the undermanned Tampa Bay Lightning stop a lengthy scoring drought.
TAMPA, Florida - Sidney Crosby hit a milestone and helped his team get a win.
TAMPA, Florida - Vincent Lecavalier got everything but the desired result in his return to Tampa Bay.
TAMPA, Florida - Martin St. Louis had a most memorable night.
ANAHEIM, California - After nearly 65 minutes of complete frustration, the Anaheim Ducks finally were able to get a puck past Tampa Bay's Ben Bishop on their 42nd and final try - and with just 5.2 seconds to spare.
SAN JOSE, California - Tommy Wingels fit right in with new linemates Logan Couture and Patrick Marleau after Brent Burns returned to the ice for the San Jose Sharks.
The NHL's regular season is roughly one-fourth finished, flying perhaps under the radar with most sports fans fixated on the NFL and others focusing on the NBA, college football and basketball.
LOS ANGELES - Ben Scrivens played in eight games for the Los Angeles Kings this season and became an unlikely NHL sensation over the past week - all without ever stepping onto the Staples Center ice.