Posts Tagged ‘Washington Capitals’

Underdog Golden Knights Could Still Reward Their Faithful Followers

By winning their division and reaching the Stanley Cup finals, the Vegas Golden Knights have already done things no other expansion team has ever done. If they are going to write a storybook ending to their inaugural season, though, they will need to do something no other NHL team, expansion or otherwise, has done in […]

Good Bet, Las Vegas and Washington tied at 2

Monday night the show was on in Las Vegas and history was in the making.  The first ever Stanley Cup finals game 1 in Las Vegas and the Las Vegas Golden Knights did not disappoint the home fans.   A higher scoring game than expected, much to the delight of the fans who bet the over.  […]

Cally and Vasy Star as the Lightning take a 3-2 ECF Lead

With the Tampa Bay Lightning just five wins from hoisting Lord Stanley’s Cup, you have to be thinking no one deserves it more than Ryan Callahan.  Callahan game after game lays down the grit and hustle while never taking a shift off.  Callahan is always grinding, especially on the penalty kill,  rarely getting the  recognition […]

Lightning Look To Strike Back in Game 3 in the Nation’s Capital

Lightning Fan Base is worried. There is doom and gloom being written by the daily fish-wraps all around town but that’s not unusual, just rare when it comes the Tampa Bay Lightning.  The team is down 2 games to none versus the Washington Capitals and many thought that the Caps were just another stepping stone […]

Lightning Cannot Connect and Fall 4-2 In Game 1 against the Capitals



Games To Be Played September 9-12 at Germain Arena in Estero, FL TAMPA BAY – The Tampa Bay Lightning today announced the 24-man roster that will represent the team at the 2017 Prospect Tournament, which will be held at Germain Arena in Estero, Florida from September 9-12.  The Lightning squad is also scheduled to practice at […]

Night – Cap Hattrick in Tampa

  Tampa, Fla. – – The Washington Capitals got the early jump tonight, flying out of the door and an early too many men on the ice penalty is just what the Caps needed to open up the scoring.  A tic, tack, toe power play as T.J. Oshie rocketed one from the low slot past […]

Streak-Ender Boyle and Bishop

Streak-Ender Boyle and Bishop

Tampa, Fla. — A quick five hole shot by #11 Brian Boyle in the shootout and #30 Ben Bishop stoning #90 Marcus Johansson the night’s final shooter is exactly what the Lightning needed to end this losing streak. The Lightning needed a win in the most crucial way, as crucial as early season December could […]

Bolts have Capitals on the Brink with come from Behind Victory 4-3, up 3-0 in Series

Bolts have Capitals on the Brink with come from Behind Victory 4-3, up 3-0 in Series

Tampa, Fl. (RSEN) The Tampa Bay Lightning have a strangle hold on their Eastern Conference Semi-Final Series with the Washington Capitals after their thrilling 4-3 come from behind victory in front a raucous crowd 20,613 at the St Pete Times Forum. It was a night when the leaders of this team refused to lose from […]

Bolts to Second in SE Division

Bolts to Second in SE Division

Tampa, FL. (RSEN) — The outcome of Saturday night’s game, which ended with the Montreal Canadians (36-23-7) beating the Tampa Bay Lighting (37-21-7) 4-2 at the St Pete Times Forum, is frankly secondary to the feeling in and around this team right now. When Coach Guy Boucher was asked after the game about his team’s effort […]