The Lightning are off and rolling, four wins in their first five games, red lights everywhere, the top scoring team in the NHL, the Go Go Bolts _ only they're throwing in defense and even goaltending.

"It's only five games, but the way we're playing right now is fun," Vinny Lecavalier said.

How much fun is it when Steven Stamkos has to get on his horse to get a third goal so he can catch up with that scoring machine: Eric Brewer?

How fun is it when Lecavalier is dropping the gloves one moment and in another threading a needle, up top, for a goal, as he did in Sunday's 5-1 blowout over the Flyers?

How much fun is Marty St. Louis, who had four assists against Philly? Marty St. Ageless is averaging better than two points per night. He's third in the NHL in scoring, with Stamkos right behind him.

Did we mention rookie pocket rocket Cory Conacher's big spalsh? Or that the new goaltender, Anders Lindback, who has three wins and has shown an early knack for bending, not breaking, like Sunday, when he allowed a bad goal in the opening minute, but nothing after that?

Not that Lindback was all that busy. The Bolts were all over the Flyers, shutting down an offensive power, limiting chances, blocking shots.