Tampa Bay Lightning left wing Ondrej Palat (18) Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Back of the Net – April 10th

Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to today’s edition of Back of the Net where we take you through all the latest and greatest news and updates from in and around the Bolts Nation, and the world of hockey.

The Tampa Bay Lightning hit a pretty big bump in the road when they lost goaltender Ben Bishop early in the first period against the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Fortunately, our boys pulled together and got the job done.

The Bolts are back at it again tonight as they embark on their final back-to-back of the season. First up is former Lightning captain Vincent Lecavalier and the Philadelphia Flyers.

While we wait for all the action to get started, let’s take a look at what else is going on around the National Hockey League today.

Killeens Honored as 39th Lightning Community Heroes (Tampa Bay Lightning)

What’s a Fenwick? (Octopus Thrower)

Who Wore It: Sabres History – #9 (Sabre Noise)

Patrick Kane Returns To Blackhawks Practice (FanSided)

Jeremy Jacobs needs to stay with the Boston Bruins (Causeway Crowd)

Who Would You Rather Have? Dave Bolland or Nazem Kadri? (Editor in Leaf)

Vern Fiddler, Tyler Seguin Score In Shootout As Stars Win 3-2 (Blackout Dallas)

Every NHL Team’s Most Pleasantly Surprising Player of 2013-14 (Bleacher Report)

Syracuse Crunch to host ‘Donate Life Awareness Night’ on April 11 (Syracuse Crunch)

Trevor Linden becomes Canucks team president, much-needed face of the organization (Puck Daddy)

 

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