By The Canadian Press September 20th, 2019 TAMPA, Fla. — Former New York Rangers and Tampa Bay Lightning defenceman Dan Girardi has announced his retirement from the NHL after 13 seasons. Girardi appeared in 927 games, finishing with 56 goals and 264 points and a plus-78 ratings. He also played in 143 playoff games, four
© Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Eriksson buyout offered little savings as Benning tries to find someone to take entire cap hit Iain MacIntyre of Sportsnet: The almost 34-year old Loui Eriksson has already received $27 million over the first three years of the six-year, $36 million deal. He’s still an NHL player, but the third-fouth
report this ad Heading into the 2018-19 season, the Tampa Bay Lightning featured one of the deepest defensive corps in team history. With Norris Trophy winner Victor Hedman in his prime, along with a mixture of experienced veterans and young talent behind him, the unit was primed to become one of the Lightning’s biggest assets.
The disappointing first-round playoff exits of the Pittsburgh Penguins, Tampa Bay Lightning, Toronto Maple Leafs, and Washington Capitals have some of their fans calling for changes. A case can be made for each club to address specific roster weaknesses through the trade market. The Penguins could use an injection of young talent, the Lightning must
report this ad Artemi Panarin, Jeff Skinner, Joe Pavelski, Matt Duchene, Kevin Hayes and Erik Karlsson all have more than just their status as high-priced, high-profile free agents in common. They will all NOT be members of the 2019-20 Anaheim Ducks when the season begins. While fans might want general manager Bob Murray to make
Keys to the Lightning’s offseason Greg Wyshynski and Chris Peters of ESPN: Looking at the keys of the Lightning’s offseason. Don’t panic: They have a large, talented core that is under 30-years old that will be returning next year and will be contending again. That said, see a therapist: Tyler Johnson admitted that they lost