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Lightning coach wants to slow the bandwagon down a bit

People might quibble with a move here or there, but many would agree that an already sneaky-good Tampa Bay Lightning team got quite a bit better this summer. 429 more words

New York Rangers

What Captain Callahan might be thinking now

Check out my guest post on the Rangers Report blog, which by the way is the best source for Rangers analysis and fan-banter.

http://rangers.lohudblogs.com/2014/07/21/guest-blogger-yergs-what-captain-callahan-might-be-thinking-now/

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Read: The role Ryan Callahan had in bringing Anton Stralman and Brian Boyle to Tampa Bay

Yesterday, both Brian Boyle and Anton Stralman signed in Tampa Bay and joined their former captain, Ryan Callahan.

Tampa GM Steve Yzerman said that Stralman can play a lot of minutes, is a reliable defender and most importantly a right hand shot. 86 more words

Rangers

On Yzerman, the Lightning plan and new scout Callahan

Gotta love it when a plan comes together.

On Tuesday, the Tampa Bay Lightning made a big free agent splash by bringing aboard two key members to the Rangers’ Stanley Cup run — center Brian Boyle and defenseman Anton Stralman. 411 more words

New York Rangers

NHL Entry Draft: A Decade of Diamonds in the Rough

It’s amazing – you know – the feeling when you find that special little something where nobody would have expected. In many ways, the NHL Entry draft if quite similar to that. 142 more words

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Brian Boyle signs with Tampa Bay -- three years, $6 million

Brian Boyle is off to Tampa Bay. The big 29-year-old forward has signed a three-year, $6 million contract with the Lightning after spending the last five seasons with the New York Rangers. 95 more words

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Recap: Ryan Callahan on leaving New York and what it was like to see the Rangers go to the Cup

Ryan Callahan was a guest on NHL Live yesterday and spoke a little about the Rangers:

  • On leaving NY, “It was hard, that was all I knew was New York and I grew up in that organization and it was first time that I had ever been traded so to leave a city that I liked so much and that I knew, it was difficult but how Tampa brought me in and made me feel comfortable ¬†it made it a lot easier…
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