Right Wing Ryan Callahan (#24) of the Tampa Bay Lightning handles the puck during the second period

Lighting vs. Red Wings 2016 Playoff Preview

The Tampa Bay Lighting and Detroit Red Wings meet again this year in the first round of the playoffs. Last year the Lighting prevailed in 7 games, and went on to the Stanley Cup Final. The Red Wings gave the Li...
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Photo Gallery: Lightning vs Flyers (3/5/2016)

The Philadelphia Flyers defeated the visiting Tampa Bay Lightning by a score of 4-2 during regulation. Three Star Selections: 1st Shayne Gostisbehere (#53 PHI) 2nd Claude Giroux (#28 PHI) 3rd Andrei V...
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Photo Gallery: Lightning vs Flyers (01/12/2015)

The Philadelphia Flyers defeated the visiting Tampa Bay Lightning by a score of 7-3 during regulation. Three Star Selections: 1st Mark Streit (#32 PHI) 2nd Jakub Voracek (#93 PHI) 3rd Chris VandeVelde (#7...
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Photo Gallery: Lightning vs Flyers (12/16/2014)

The visiting Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Philadelphia Flyers by a score of 3-1 during regulation. Andrei Vasilevskiy made his NHL debut making 24 saves to earn the win. Prior to the start of the game, Pete...
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Callahan, Boyle, Stralman Revel in Return

NEW YORK – The release of the NHL schedule over the summer was met by an unusual amount of anticipation by Lightning forward Ryan Callahan. The former Rangers captain quickly flipped through his team’s slate...
The puck sails high over the glove of Goalie Craig Anderson (#41) of the Ottawa Senators

The Timeout That Changed It All

When coaches call timeouts in a game, it’s generally to help their guys catch their breath, especially if they seem a little bit sluggish. It’s also designed to change the momentum of the game…if the teams are ...
Left Wing Jonathan Drouin (#27) of the Tampa Bay Lightning skates with the puck while being followed by teammate Right Wing Ryan Callahan (#24) along with Defenseman Braydon Coburn (#5) and Center Claude Giroux (#28) of the Philadelphia Flyers

EV Zug Defeats New York Rangers

Zug, Switzerland is a small European town about 20 miles from Zurich.  Such a small town shouldn’t boast such a big hockey market with a population of under 30,000 people, right? Apparently, the hockey team,...
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Rangers Top Habs, Net Five in First

May 19, 2011 In an already intense Original Six match-up against the Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers’ winger Brandon Prust decided to deliver a new level of intensity one second into the game by dropping ...