Category Archives: Tampa Bay Lightning
So TBay GM Steve Yzerman says looking for veteran right-shot D. That's P-E-T-R-Y. Stevie Y has Oly ties with K Lowe, Nicholson.#oilers.
— Jim Matheson (@NHLbyMatty) February 23, 2015
LeBrun: Red Wings, Lightning “have thought about Petry.”
tbo.com writes … Tampa Bay reportedly has been looking for help on defense — not exactly a secret — and possibly a top-six-caliber forward.
Erik Erlendsson | Tribune Staff writes … Brewer in lineup after being healthy scratch
Stephen Whyno of The Canadian Press writes … Steven Stamkos ignores speculation he’ll sign with Toronto
#TBLightning has initiated the compliance buyout process for veteran Ryan Malone, the Times has learned. Will save a $4.5 million cap hit.
— Joe Smith (@TBTimes_JSmith) June 25, 2014
— Joe Smith (@TBTimes_JSmith) June 21, 2014
Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times reports that the Lightning (are) “hopeful” to sign Callahan; Lindback still in mix
Read the article here
Chris Peters | Hockey Writer for cbssports.com reports that the Lightning may buy out Ryan Malone.
Craig Custance ofESPN.com speculates on the question, Is Callahan part of the Lightning’s future?
In the end, Ryan Callahan said he still saw himself as a Ranger.
The Blueshirts’ former captain spoke to WFAN’s Mike Francesa on Wednesday afternoon and said he never thought about calling another city home until the trade with Tampa Bay for Martin St. Louis was actually made.
Reigning Art Ross Trophy winner and Canadian gold medal winner Martin St. Louis’ name has been in and out of play with the Rangers since Jan. 7, when he was bypassed by Team Canada (and Tampa Bay) general manager Steve Yzerman for his country’s Olympic roster, but no trade is pending that would bring the 38-year-old winger to New York, sources have told The Post.
In the summer of 2016, unless he extends his contract between now and then, Stamkos will be an unrestricted free agent. There are those who believe that playing for the Leafs would be a dream for Stamkos, although you often hear that about this player or that player.
Still, the attraction of going home helped the Leafs sign David Clarkson, whether you like that one or not.