|April 22, 2014: Bolts' Bishop: Elbow Dislocated|
Bishop (elbow) revealed that his elbow injury was a dislocation, but that he might have returned by game 5 or 6, according to TSN's Darren Dreger.That's a moot point now any way, what with the Bolts headed to the golf course after a sweep by the Habs. But we can't help but think that a Game 5 return was seriously ambitious. He'll have plenty of time to recover over the summer.
|April 18, 2014: Bolts' Bishop (Elbow) On Ice Friday, Won't Play|
Bishop (elbow) faced shots during morning skate for the first time in over a week, the Tampa Bay Times reports.Bishop has not played since April 8, and he took the ice Friday morning to work with goaltenders coach Frantz Jean. "He's progressing every day," Jean said. "The last three days have been extremely positive for him. The recuperation is going very well." While Bishop may be nearing a return, he will not be available Friday, meaning Anders Lindback is expected to man the net again.
|April 18, 2014: Lightning F Ondrej Palat expected to miss Game 2|
The Tampa Bay Lightning can't seem to catch a break as another key player has gone down with injury. This time its sensational rookie winger Ondrej Palat.
|April 17, 2014: Canadiens-Lightning Preview|
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) Carey Price concedes that failing to protect a pair of third-period leads is not a formula for success in the NHL playoffs.
|April 17, 2014: Lightning coach: Ben Bishop won't be ready 'anytime soon'|
The Tampa Bay Lightning are still without starting goalie Ben Bishop. Coach Jon Cooper said we won't see him anytime soon, maybe if the series goes deep.