The Lightning and Canadiens came down to the final day of the season to determine their seeding with Tampa Bay getting home ice. As you'd figure, it's a tight matchup.
Steven Stamkos scored three times Saturday night, but one of those goals was for the wrong team. He redeemed himself with the overtime winner.
Steven Stamkos is back. The Lightning star was given clearance by the doctors and will play on Thursday against the Sabres.
Steven Stamkos' target date for a return has been pushed back again. He's still not cleared so now he's shooting for March 6 to return to the Lightning.
The Olympic break is in the past and we're back to action. Brian Rutherford helps you shake off the rust with his Week 22 schedule analysis.
With Steven Stamkos out, Canada has turned to his Tampa Bay teammate Martin St. Louis to replace the injured forward for the Winter Olympics.
Steven Stamkos was hoping to return from a broken leg for the Olympics and Canada but on Wednesday he announced he won't be taking part.
Tyler Johnson is among the top rookie scorers in the NHL, but it was only three years ago that he was wondering if he'd ever get a chance to play in the league at all.
Steven Stamkos could make his return to the Lightning on Saturday, the last game before the Olympic break and then reassess his spot for Team Canada.
Where should you be looking for talent that could help your team? Evan Berofsky points them out in his latest edition of Neutral Zone Wrap.

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