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Bolts by the numbers: March 26 edition

by Peter Pupello / Tampa Bay Lightning

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The Bolts forward comes into this week with three goals in two games and has shattered his previous single-season career-high goal total of two, as he now has 11 goals on the season. Pyatt registered his first career multi-goal game on Thursday against Edmonton and has points in six of his past 11 games, notching five goals and eight points in that span.
Malone has a goal and three points in his past three games and comes into Monday’s game against the Flyers with points in nine of his past 12 contests overall. He has also earned a plus or even rating in all but two of his past six outings.
The Lightning rookie has recorded points in two straight games and in six of his past 11 contests overall. He logged a season-high 18:15 in ice time on Thursday against Edmonton and continues to earn more minutes, as he has now recorded more than 12 minutes per game in seven straight contests.
Purcell enters Monday with three points in his past two games and at least a point in three of his past six games overall. His plus-2 rating in his team’s last outing on Saturday improved his team-best mark to plus-10 on the season, as he has now registered a plus or even rating in five of his past seven games.
The Bolts’ veteran winger had two points on Saturday against the Islanders and comes into this week with points in four of his past eight games (1G, 5A). He earned a plus-2 rating in his team’s last outing and ranks second among all NHL forwards in average ice time per game with 22:31.

Bolts By The Numbers

Number of goals needed by Steven Stamkos to break Vincent Lecavalier’s franchise record of 52 goals in a single season.
Number of wins by the Lightning this season when trailing after two periods, tied for the most in the NHL.
Points out the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference in which the Lightning stand heading into Tuesday’s game against the Bruins.
Consecutive wins by the Lightning’s top American Hockey League affiliate in Norfolk, which currently is a record for the longest win streak in the history of North American professional hockey.
Goals scored by Steven Stamkos this season, which are the most by any NHL player in single season since Alex Ovechkin had 56 in 2008-09.
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