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Too Early: Looking ahead to June 2017

With Nikita Kucherov finally signed, it gives us just a touch more clarity of what the Lightning’s cap situation looks like going into the summer of 2017. 1,590 more words

Team News

Distant Bolts: A Lightning-centric World Cup of Hockey Preview

We can only hope they’re bringing this Frank Gehry designed beauty back as the trophy.

The NHL offseason has been pretty sweet to Tampa Bay Lightning fans already, but not as sweet as if we were actually watching hockey. 1,932 more words

Features

Progress 'day-by-day' as new Croton staff begins rebuild

CROTON-ON-HUDSON – In the midst of their second session on a steamy opening day of practice, Croton-Harmon players lined up to run routes. It didn’t matter for the moment what position they played or that the passes from their new head coach, Joe Streany, weren’t always on target. 568 more words

News

Davidson duo new to football already major college prospects

Davidson Academy’s Obinna Eze and Ani Izuchukwu have come a long way since last summer, and not just in a geographical sense.

In addition to making the nearly 6,000-mile trip from Nigeria to Nashville, the exchange students have become two of the more coveted college football prospects in Middle Tennessee. 1,237 more words

News

Ryan Callahan to Miss World Cup and Start of Season After Surgery

Tampa Bay Lightning forward Ryan Callahan will be sidelined for five months after having surgery on a torn labral muscle in his hip on Tuesday. Callahan will miss the World Cup of Hockey Tournament… 13 more words

Hockey, NHL

The Curious Case of New York Rangers' Trades

The New York Rangers made another trade today as they sent the rights to Keith Yandle to the Florida Panthers in exchange for a sixth round pick in 2016 and a conditional fourth round pick in 2017. 1,182 more words

Editorial

An Enlightning Season for Tampa Bay

The stage was set. As if game seven didn’t have enough drama, Lightning center Steven Stamkos made his return playing 11:55 TOI in his first game in exactly eight weeks. 675 more words

Mike Sullivan