1. Carle Day-to-Day with Unknown Injury

    Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Matt Carle left Wednesday's Game 3 midway through the first period after taking a big hit from New York's Derek Stepan in the neutral zone...

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  2. Carle Day-to-Day with Unknown Injury

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  3. Lightning Stepping Up Game with Each Playoff Round

    Ondrej Palat saw his linemate head up ice at the end of shift, one-on-two, and figured like any normal human being in this league he'd dump and peel for the line change...

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  4. Kucherov Continues to Shine as Member of Lightning's Triplets Line

    Nikita Kucherov, successful member of the Lightning 's Triplets line and Game 3 overtime hero Wednesday night, was more concerned with having let Dan Boyle free for the tying goal at 18:04 of the third period than with his winner at 3:33 of OT...

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  5. Stamkos at his best in Lightning Game 3 win

    Steven Stamkos darted into the Rangers zone with very bad intentions and a thirst for blood. You half expected to hear that ominous theme from Jaws.....

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  6. Kucherov's OT Goal Gives Bolts 2-1 Series Edge over Rangers

    The Eastern Conference Final hit a time warp for Game 3, sending the game back to the high-flying days of the 1980s.....

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  7. Brian Boyle Is Right, 'The Triplets' Are Scary Good

    One could excuse many hockey fans for not being totally aware of Tampa Bay 's trio of Ondrej Palat, Tyler Johnson and Nikita Kucherov before the playoffs began...

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  8. Carle (Undisclosed) Done for Night vs. Rangers

    Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Matthew Carle will not return to Wednesday's Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Final following a collision with New York Rangers forward Derek Stepan...

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  9. Carle (Undisclosed) Done for Night vs. Rangers

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  10. NHL.com: Lightning's Boyle a New Father, Expected in for Game 3

    Tampa Bay Lightning forward Brian Boyle has been somewhat of a mysterious figure through the first two games of the Eastern Conference Final against the New York Rangers ...

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  11. Lightning's Cooper: We 'May' See Jonathan Drouin Back in the Lineup This Series

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  12. Jonathan Drouin Soap Opera Could Have Big Effect on Lightning's Future

    Sunday afternoon at Madison Square Garden and Lightning practice has been over for more than a half-hour. The Black Aces are now on the ice...

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  13. Cooper Calls Hedman's Play Key for Lightning: 'When (he) Is Going, Our Team...

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  14. Tampa Bay Lightning win Game 2 against New York Rangers with power play

    Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Victor Hedman knew what he was talking about going into the Eastern Conference Final against the New York Rangers ...

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  15. After Penalty, Boyle Gives Lightning Boost

    It wasn't the start Brian Boyle wanted in his return to the lineup for the Tampa Bay Lightning , taking a penalty on his first shift, but he had a positive impact in their 6-2 win ...

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  16. Lightning's Victory Not a One-Man Show

    NEW YORK -- Tyler Johnson did it again for the Tampa Bay Lightning , but there was so much more from his teammates that led to victory...

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  17. LeBrun: Johnson Making It Happen Every Night

    NEW YORK -- A year ago, Tyler Johnson informed the hockey world of the immensity of his skill-set in his rookie season.....

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  18. Lightning Show Might, Take Game 2 from Rangers

    NEW YORK (AP) -- Tyler Johnson is carrying the Tampa Bay Lightning in the playoffs and making a name for himself.....

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  19. Jon Cooper: 'In Game 2, We Came to Win'

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  20. Cooper: Johnson 'Excelled on the Biggest Stage'

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  21. Jonathan Marchessault Quietly Fills His Lightning Role

    When Jonathan Marchessault was promoted to the Lightning from AHL Syracuse in early April, he immediately searched out his buddy and former Crunch teammate Vlad Namestnikov for a few laughs...

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  22. NYTimes: Jon Cooper aka 'The People Manager'

    When Jon Cooper is asked what he does for a living, his answer is similar to what a Fortune 500 chief executive might say...

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  23. Lightning Aim to Protect Puck, Play Tighter D in Game 2

    NEW YORK -- Coach Jon Cooper wasn't happy Saturday with how the Tampa Bay Lightning played in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Final against the New York Rangers on Saturday...

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  24. Anton Stralman Turns Hard Exit into Happy Ending

    NEW YORK — Shortly after the Lightning signed veteran defenseman Anton Stralman on July 1, associate coach Rick Bowness said he spoke on the phone with his good friend, Rangers coach Alain Vigneault...

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  25. Cooper Questions Drouin's Play Away from the Puck

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