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Mishkin's Extra Shift: Lightning 6, Flyers 5 - OT

Lightning radio broadcaster Dave Mishkin recaps Tampa Bay's 6-5 overtime victory over the Flyers on Saturday

by Dave Mishkin /

Certainly, there's a lot to unpack from this one. So many twists and turns. Early on, Louis Domingue kept his team in the game. Then, in the second period and first half of the third, the Lightning executed some high-level plays to build a 5-1 lead. The Flyers, buoyed by two quick power play goals, regained momentum in the second half of the third and tacked on two more tallies to tie the game. Overtime was wide-open but brief - Anthony Cirelli's determined effort to maintain control of the puck led to his winning goal.

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Burns: 3 Things we learned from a wild win in Philadelphia

Lightning beat writer Bryan Burns recaps the Bolts' wild 6-5 overtime win over the Flyers

by Bryan Burns /

With 10 minutes to go in Tampa Bay's road game at Philadelphia Saturday afternoon, the Lightning owned a comfortable 5-1 lead and appeared well on their way to collecting their 14th win of the season and second win on the four-game road trip.

What happened after that was a blur.

The Bolts wound up with the victory but nearly suffered a monumental collapse.

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Secondary scoring leads the way as the Bolts salvage victory in Philly

Adam Erne, Cedric Paquette and Anthony Cirelli all score as the Bolts hang on for a 6-5 win over the Flyers

by Jacob Lynn /

Anthony Cirelli scored 1:47 into the overtime period to lift the Lightning to a wild 6-5 win over the Flyers in Philadelphia on Saturday.

With 11 minutes to play in the third period, though, it appeared the Lightning were on their way to a comfortable regulation victory.

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Vasilevskiy expected to miss four to six weeks with fractured foot

The Vezina Trophy finalist suffered the injury during practice in Pittsburgh on Wednesday

by Bryan Burns /

The Tampa Bay Lightning learned officially what had been feared for a couple days: Andrei Vasilevskiy will miss a sizable portion of the season. The team announced today Vasilevskiy will be sidelined four to six weeks with a fractured left foot.

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Nuts and Bolts: Lightning face Flyers in Saturday matinee

The Bolts continue their road trip on Saturday with an afternoon matchup in Philly

by Bryan Burns /

Coming off a come-from-behind 4-3 victory over the Penguins on Thursday, the Lightning travel to Philadelphia to face the Flyers for the first time this season. 

Tampa Bay halted a short two-game losing streak with the win in Pittsburgh. The Flyers will be looking to end a two-game falling to Florida and New Jersey earlier this week. 

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How to watch, listen, live stream Lightning at Flyers

Find out when and how to watch Tampa Bay's game against the Philadelphia Flyers on TV and streaming online

by Ryan Greco /

The Bolts head to Philly on Saturday afternoon to take on the Flyers in the third game of this road trip.

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Mishkin's Extra Shift: Lightning 4, Penguins 3

Lightning radio broadcaster Dave Mishkin recaps the Bolts' 4-3 win over Pittsburgh

by Dave Mishkin /

There were a few key segments in this topsy-turvy game that led to the Lightning's victory. The Penguins, after grabbing a 2-0 lead, took three separate minor penalties within a 10-second span in the closing moments of the first. The Lightning cashed in on all three opportunities, with Brayden Point recording a natural hat trick and setting a franchise record in the process. Then, after the Pens tied the score at three, the Lightning scored the all-important next goal, a Yanni Gourde power play tally. That turned out to be the game-winner. Finally, in the third period, the Lightning delivered a terrific defensive performance, helping them preserve the 4-3 lead and snap their two-game losing streak.

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Burns: 3 Things we learned from a powerful win in Pittsburgh

Lightning beat writer Bryan Burns recaps Tampa Bay's come-from-behind win over the Penguins

by Bryan Burns /

Admit it, when Phil Kessel scored in the first period to give Pittsburgh a 2-0 lead over Tampa Bay at PPG Paints Arena Thursday, you thought the Lightning were in deep trouble.

Tampa Bay entered Pittsburgh having lost two-consecutive games for the first time all season. Earlier Thursday, the Lightning learned they'd be without All-Star goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy indefinitely as he recovers from a lower-body injury. And the Bolts came into the game against the Penguins giving up the opening goal in eight of their nine previous games.

So what do the Lightning do?

They promptly go out and give up two goals, both on the power play, in the first period for the third game in a row.

For some reason, it seemed the hockey gods had fallen out of favor with the Lightning.

But then Brayden Point proved he's no mere mortal.

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Point's record-setting night helps Bolts rally vs. Penguins

Brayden Point completed a natural hat trick in 1:31 as the Lightning erased a two-goal deficit and defeated the Penguins 4-3

by Jacob Lynn /

Brayden Point capitalized on a series of Pittsburgh penalties late in the first period to record a natural hat trick and lead the Bolts to a 4-3 win in Pittsburgh on Thursday.

Once again, however, Tampa Bay had to mount a comeback after falling behind by a pair of goals.

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Lightning recall goaltender Eddie Pasquale from Syracuse

Pasquale has a .892 save percentage in six games with the Crunch so far this season

by Press Release /

TAMPA BAY - The Tampa Bay Lightning have recalled goaltender Eddie Pasquale from the Syracuse Crunch of the American Hockey League, vice president and general manager Julien BriseBois announced today.

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