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Lightning Overpay of Ryan Callahan Reeks of Ryan Malone Repeat

There are two missions in hockey. Preventing, and scoring goals. Or, preventing and creating shot attempts (depending on your views). The former reason, is the root cause of the decision for […]

by · June 26, 2014 · 1 comment · Free Agents, Tampa Bay Lightning
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How the Lightning Weathered the Storm

The Tampa Bay Lightning looked like they were in serious trouble only a week after the Olympic break.  Excitement over Steven Stamkos’ upcoming return to game action since breaking his […]

by · March 26, 2014 · 0 comments · Tampa Bay Lightning
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Tampa Bay Lightning: Top 5 Blue Collar Players

Blue collar players are essential to any team’s success in the NHL. They are the players that punish their opposition physically, sacrifice their bodies to block shots, work to regain possession of the puck for their team, and take great efforts to be in position to make shots on goal.

The Tampa Bay Lightning are blessed to have some very willing participants in these areas. In no particular order we will review the top five of these “black and blue” players who “bring the thunder.”

by · April 13, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Tampa Bay Lightning
Jackman, Blues Agree to 3-Year Contract Extension

Jackman, Blues Agree to 3-Year Contract Extension

Being tenured with one team for ten years is a rarity in professional sports nowadays. 10-year veteran Barret Jackman, who has spent his entire NHL career as a St. Louis […]

by · June 18, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Free Agents, St Louis Blues
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Bad Blood Brewing Between the Islanders and Lightning?

Last Thursday the New York Islanders defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-1 in a game that saw its fair share of scuffles, and trash talk during and after the game. […]

by · October 20, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · New York Islanders, Tampa Bay Lightning
Lightning and Capitals’ Epic Battle Hopefully a Sign of Things to Come

Lightning and Capitals’ Epic Battle Hopefully a Sign of Things to Come

Jim Neveau, NHL Senior Columnist In what can only be described as one of the best games of this still young hockey season, the Washington Capitals defeated the Tampa Bay […]

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What Does David Backes’ Selection As Captain Tell Us About the Blues?

Jim Neveau, Senior NHL Correspondent Getting the letter “C” stitched onto his jersey is one of the most distinguished honors that a player can receive in the NHL. Nearly all […]

by · September 10, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · News/Commentary, St Louis Blues
Doug Armstrong’s Stars family reunion: Blues sign Jason Arnott, Jamie Langenbrunner

Doug Armstrong’s Stars family reunion: Blues sign Jason Arnott, Jamie Langenbrunner

The St. Louis Blues shook up their roster today, adding two key pieces from free agency and finally giving a boost to the team’s collective age. Doug Armstrong signed Jason […]

by · July 6, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Free Agents, St Louis Blues
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NHL Draft Day Update: Rumblings From Around the Twin Cities

Jim Neveau, NHL Correspondent St. Paul, Minnesota – With the NHL Entry Draft a mere five and a half hours from beginning, things are starting to heat up around Xcel […]

by · June 24, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · News/Commentary, NHL Rumors
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Exploring the Sabres Top Free Agent Targets

Since Terry Pegula purchased the Buffalo Sabres back on February 22, Buffalo hockey fans have been in an uproar over the anticipation of the first offseason under the new regime. With Pegula’s seemingly bottomless pockets comes […]

by · June 18, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Buffalo Sabres
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Playoff Playbook: Lightning Looking to Lock Down Penguins

Pittsburgh is supposedly searching for answers after a 5-1 loss in Game 2 on Friday, while Tampa is just looking to ride a wave of confidence and momentum towards a 2-1 series lead.

Pens Struck by Lightning, Series Tied

Pens Struck by Lightning, Series Tied

Pittsburgh-The stormy weather came early Friday night at the CONSOL Energy Center. No one expected there to be Lightning in the forecast after a dominant performance by the Pittsburgh Penguins […]

by · April 16, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Pittsburgh Penguins, Tampa Bay Lightning