Found April 01, 2014 on Diehardsport:
Montreal Canadiens defenseman Douglas Murray saw Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Mike Kostka had his head down and threw a flying elbow at him. Murray connected and Kostka was knocked out cold by the unnecessarily dirty hit. No doubt Brendan Shanahan will be suspending Murray for this one. [@PeteBlackburn] The post Douglas Murray Levels Mike Kostka With Extremely Dirty Hit appeared first on Diehardsport.

Douglas Murray Is Going To Be Suspended For This Awful Hit On Mike Kostka

Montreal Canadiens defenseman Douglas Murray delivered this disgusting hit to the head of Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Mike Kostka late in the third period of Tuesday night’s game in Tampa. After Kostka skates the puck into the Lightning’s offensive zone and throws a pass back to a teammate, Murray clearly leaves his feet and targets the head as he extends the elbow on Kostka...

Tampa Bay defenseman Mike Kostka gets elbowed in the face by Douglas Murray

Per Greg "Puck Daddy" Wyshynski, Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Mike Kostka missed a little time after Teemu Pulkkinen boarded him during the preseason, and April brings...Montreal Canadiens defenseman Douglas Murray also knocking out Kostka, though he did so with much more malice aforethought: Murray got a match penalty, which means that the NHL's Department...

Lightning' Mike Kostka suffers concussion

The Tampa Bay Lightning have announced that Mike Kostka suffered a concussion after receiving an illegal hit to the head on Tuesday night while facing the Montreal Canadiens. Late in the third period, Kostka was skating and received an illegal hit from the Habs defenseman Douglas Murray. Kostka fell to the ice and laid motionless for several moments. Medics came to see him and...

Bolts Kostka out indefinitely after Murray’s ‘dirty’ hit

A day after Tampa Bay D Mike Kostka suffered a blow to the head following an elbow delivered by Montreal D Douglas Murray, Lightning officials said Kostka will be out indefinitely after being diagnosed with a concussion. Murray, meanwhile, will have a hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety today. The hearing reportedly will take place at 11 a.m. via phone, which means...

(video) Douglas Murray on Mike Kostka

Here's the video of the Douglas Murray on Mike Kostka. It's pretty clear that it's a shoulder to the head. Murray has a hearing with the NHL's department of player safety. Murray never been suspended by the NHL according to his player page on TSN.CA.Moment of impact on Murray-Kostka hit. #Habs #Bolts— NHLEXPERTPICKS.COM (@NHLexpertpicks) April 2, 2014

Tampa Bay Wants To Re-Sign Ryan Callahan

from Pierre LeBrun of ESPN, The Tampa Bay Lightning made it clear to Ryan Callahan’s camp that they want the player past this season. The pending UFA's agent, the veteran Steve Bartlett, told Tuesday that he chatted with Steve Yzerman in Buffalo over the past weekend, at which point the Bolts GM made it clear they'd like to talk extension after the season...

Bolts clinch playoff spot with victory over Habs

How fitting a Lightning rookie sent Tampa Bay into the postseason. Tyler Johnson scored a shorthanded goal at 12:41 of the third period to help Tampa Bay beat Montreal 3-1 in front of an announced crowd of 18,808 at The Forum. With the victory - coupled with losses by Washington and New Jersey - the Lightning, with five rookies in the lineup on Tuesday, clinched a berth in the...

Montreal's Murray faces disciplinary hearing Thursday

Montreal Canadiens defenseman Douglas Murray will have a hearing Thursday for his hit against Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Mike Kostka during the third period Tuesday at Tampa Bay Times Forum. Murray was issued a match penalty on the play at 17:47 of the third period.

Lightning sign 2013 second-round pick Erne

Forward Adam Erne on Tuesday signed an entry-level contract with the Tampa Bay Lightning. Details of the contract were not released. Erne will spend the remainder of the season with the Lightning's American Hockey League team, the Syracuse Crunch, on an amateur tryout contract.

Clinched! Bolts back in playoffs after 3-1 win over Canadiens

TAMPA, Fla. -- Tyler Johnson scored the go-ahead goal on a short-handed breakaway late in the third period and the Tampa Bay Lightning clinched a playoff berth with a 3-1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday night. The win, and losses by New Jersey and Washington, gave Tampa Bay its first postseason berth since 2011 and only its second in seven years. The Canadiens ended...

Lightning Sign Adam Erne To ELC by   Steven Ellis

The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed forward Adam Erne to an entry-level contract. Erne was selected by the Lightning in the second round, 33rd overall, at the 2013 NHL Draft. While playing  in 48 games with the Quebec Remparts of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League this season, Erne potted 21 goals and 41 assists while also seeing time with the American World [...]

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