Lightning acquire Domingue from Coyotes
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The Tampa Bay Lightning added some insurance between the pipes, acquiring netminder Louis Domingue from the Arizona Coyotes, the team announced Tuesday.

In return, the Lightning parted ways with veteran goaltender Michael Leighton and forward Tye McGinn.

Domingue, 25, was winless through seven games with Arizona this season, as he posted an .856 save percentage and 4.33 goals-against average.

His time in the desert came to a close following the Coyotes' acquisition of netminder Scott Wedgewood and Antti Raanta's return from injury.

Domingue is signed through the remainder of the season at a $1.05-million cap hit.

This season, Leighton and McGinn have suited up for the Lightning's minor-league affiliate, the Syracuse Crunch. McGinn played for the Coyotes during the 2014-15 campaign.

Lightning acquire Domingue from Coyotes
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