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Vancouver Canucks vs. Tampa Bay Lightning

The Tampa Bay Lightning joined the NHL for the 1992-93 season. The Canucks dominated the meetings between the teams, winning almost every game for many years. More recently, Tampa Bay has improved their winning percentage. The two teams have never met in the playoffs.

Historical Notes: Robert Dirk was the first Canuck to score against the Lightning ... After their first-ever meeting was postponed one day because of snow, the Canucks beat the Lightning 7-0 (January 4, 1993) ... Daniel Sedin scored his first NHL goal against Tampa Bay (October 8, 2000) ... The Canucks and Lightning did not meet in 2005-06.


Regular Season

 DATE  H/A SEASON  SCORE OT  GP  W  L  T OL  GF  GA PTS  AVG        HISTORICAL NOTES         
JAN  4  H  1992-93 7-0 W      1  1  0  0      7   0   2 1.000 Postponed from January 3 (snow)
FEB  3  H          4-2 W      2  2  0  0     11   2   4 1.000 Linden records 300th point     
APR  1  A          5-3 W      3  3  0  0     16   5   6 1.000 Bure hits the 100 point mark   
FEB 12  A  1993-94 3-2 W      4  4  0  0     19   7   8 1.000 Babych gets winner in second   
FEB 26  H          3-1 W      5  5  0  0     22   8  10 1.000 McLean outshot 29-19           
NOV 18  A  1995-96 4-5 L OT   6  5  1  0     26  13  10 0.833 Klima scores in overtime       
JAN  6  H          9-2 W      7  6  1  0     35  15  12 0.857 Mogilny scores in each period  
MAR 15  A  1996-97 5-2 W      8  7  1  0     40  17  14 0.875 Noonan scores two, assists     
MAR 22  H          3-2 W      9  8  1  0     43  19  16 0.889 Naslund gets winner in second  
MAR  7  H  1997-98 5-2 W     10  9  1  0     48  21  18 0.900 Bure scores twice              
MAR 18  A          2-4 L     11  9  2  0     50  25  18 0.818 Mogilny, Bure score            
OCT 25  A  1998-99 2-3 L     12  9  3  0     52  28  18 0.750 Ohlund gets both goals         
OCT 19  A  1999-00 6-5 W OT  13 10  3  0  0  58  33  20 0.769 Mogilny records four points    
JAN  5  H          3-3 T OT  14 10  3  1  0  61  36  21 0.750 Naslund gets tying goal        
OCT  8  A  2000-01 5-4 W     15 11  3  1  0  66  40  23 0.767 Pederson wins it late in 3rd   
DEC 10  H  2001-02 1-1 T OT  16 11  3  2  0  67  41  24 0.750 H.Sedin scores the goal      
NOV 29  A  2002-03 5-3 W     17 12  3  2  0  72  44  26 0.765 Five different Canucks score
JAN 21  H  2003-04 5-4 W OT  18 13  3  2  0  77  48  28 0.778 Naslund caps comeback       
MAR  6  H  2006-07 5-1 W     19 14  3  2  0  82  49  30 0.789 Cowan scores two more       
JAN 31  A  2007-08 3-4 L     20 14  4  2  0  85  53  30 0.750 Bourdon opens the scoring   
FEB 27  H  2008-09 2-1 W     21 15  4  2  0  87  54  32 0.762 Bernier gets the winner     
FEB  9  A  2009-10 1-3 L     22 15  5  2  0  88  57  32 0.727 Canucks visit Ohlund's home 
DEC 11  H  2010-11 4-5 L OT  23 15  5  2  1  92  62  33  .717 Naslund's number 19 retired 
JAN 10  A  2011-12 5-4 W SO  24 16  5  2  1  97  66  35  .729 Raymond gets shootout winner
JAN  1  H  2013-14 2-4 L     25 16  6  2  1  99  70  35  .700 Richardson, Dalpe score     
MAR 17  A          3-4 L     26 16  7  2  1 102  74  35  .673 Burrows two goals, assist   
OCT 18  H  2014-15 2-4 L     27 16  8  2  1 104  78  35  .648 Edler, Higgins score        
JAN 20  A          1-4 L     28 16  9  2  1 105  82  35  .625 Corrado gets lone goal      
DEC 22  A  2015-16 2-1 W     29 17  9  2  1 107  83  37  .638 Daniel gets winner in third 
JAN  9  H          2-3 L OT  30 17  9  2  2 109  86  38  .633 Horvat, Baertschi score     

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