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Marty St. Louis a finalist for the 2013 Ted Lindsay Award & Art Ross scoring champion for 2012-13 season (Photo USA TODAY Sports Images / Kim Klement)

    When one interviews a major league ball player working his way back from an injury one might think the main subject would be baseball.  Well wrong fans as my discussion with New York Yankee outfielder Curtis Granderson was about anything but.     Prior to Tuesday May 6, 2013 extended spring game in Clearwater  I ask him […]

Not Backing off Playoff Prediction, Bolts 8 Points Out


Rick sees something special in this Lightning team…

Wyman Stars in Lightning Comeback


JT Wyman turned hard work into his first NHL goal and a Lightning victory earning himself the #2 star

Random Thoughts and Observations: Lightning vs Blackhawks

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Tampa Bay is rated as one of the best franchises in hockey and tonight they gave their fans a wild show as the Lightning beat the Chicago Blackhaws 5-4 in overtime. There was too much to list but here are a few random thoughts and observations from the game tonight:

Guy Boucher likes “Standard Game”

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Stamkos Coverage Shows Anti-Tampa Bias

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Vincent Lecavalier, Martin St. Louis and Steven Stamkos are looked upon the by national media, especially those in Canada and around the Northeast, as the girl that is dating the guy who you think is a nerd.  Come on, you know we all have said it to our buddies at one time or another, about […]

Tampa Bay Lightning Refuse to Lose: Force Game 7

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Tampa, Fl. ( RSEN)–It’s truly magical to watch when “Will meets Skill” to go along with a refusal to lose.  This is what the fans around the NHL watched tonight as the Tampa Bay Lightning forced game seven against the Boston Bruins with a 5-4 victory at the St Pete Times Forum. When games are the biggest and the […]

Yzerman Himself is the Model for Lightning to Mold Themselves

Tampa, Fl. (RSEN) — When Steve Yzerman took over the job as General Manager he cautioned everyone who would listen that this was going to a long process in building the Tampa Bay Lightning organization.  Even the most ardent Lightning supporters would not have predicted the team would be playing in the Eastern Conference Finals […]

Lightning Strikes: Hard Work Forces Steel City Game 7, Bolts Win 4-2

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Dave Jarvis with Rick Sassone Tampa, Fl. [RSEN] –Tonight even the most hardened Pittsburgh Penguin fan had to appreciate the effort the Tampa Bay Lightning showed in beating the Pens. Coach Guy Boucher made a statement when he started Vinny Lecavlier, Marty St. Louis, and Steven Stamkos.  The Lightning was going to put their best game-plan […]

Penguins Deliver Crushing Defeat to Bolts in Double OT

Tampa, Fl. [RSEN]–You battle all night long, leave your heart and soul on the ice in front of the home fans and with one quick snap shot by James Neal from the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Bolts had their hearts ripped out in the double overtime. Pittsburgh won the game 3-2 and took a commanding lead […]