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The Tampa Bay Lightning announced today that veteran forward Ryan Malone has been placed on injured reserve. Malone sustained a lower body injury during warmup before Sunday’s game against the Rangers.
Taking his place will be forward Richard Panik, who was recalled from AHL affiliate Syracuse Crunch today.
Panik, 6-foot-1, 208 pounds, has played in 43 games with the Crunch this season, recording 21 goals and 35 points. He is fourth in the league for goals and leads all Syracuse forwards for plus-minus rating with a plus-19. Panik is also tied for third on the Crunch for power play goals with six. He recorded an AHL-high 12-game point streak from November 2 through December 1 with 17 points. Panik has played in 107 career AHL games with Syracuse and the Norfolk Admirals, recording 40 goals and 76 points. Panik made his professional debut last season, appearing in 64 games with Norfolk and registering 19 goals and 41 points. He helped the Admirals to the AHL’s Calder Cup Championship, playing in 18 playoff games with five goals and six points.
Panik will be wearing No. 71.
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Ahead of their Sunday evening matchup with the Rangers, the Tampa Bay Lightning made a couple of roster moves, the team announced.
The Lightning recalled forward Alex Killorn from the Syracuse Crunch of the AHL while also reassigning forward Dana Tyrell to Syracuse, according to general manager Steve Yzerman.
Killorn is a 23-year-old forward who has played in 44 games for the Crunch...
Several reports circulated Saturday that the Lightning may be recalling 23-year old Alex Killorn from AHL affiliate Syracuse Crunch. Today, the Bolts made the news official with their press release.
Killorn, has skated in 44 games with the Crunch this season, recording 16 goals and 38 points to go along with 32 penalty minutes. The 6-foot-1, 202-pound forward ranks third in the...
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An extra day off may have been much needed for the slumping Tampa Bay Lightning, who suddenly are struggling to find the back of the net.
Their current skid began with a loss eight days ago to the New York Rangers, who hope to have defenseman Dan Girardi back for Sunday's rematch at Madison Square Garden.
Tampa Bay (6-4-0) averaged 5.3 goals...
The blizzard the rocked the northeast has played tricks with the Tampa Bay Lightning's travel schedule, but ultimately the best outcome surfaced for their game against the Rangers tonight.
The Lightning were supposed to play the Bruins yesterday at 1pm in Boston, but because of the storm the game was moved to 7pm. This was obviously going to benefit the Rangers greatly as...
The Lightning capped off their road trip with a 5-1 loss against the New York Rangers. Tampa Bay was virtually eliminated from competing against New York just :30 seconds into the game when Carl Hagelin redirected a shot in net to beat Mathieu Garon. Nearly 15 minutes later, Ryan Callahan put the Rangers up 2-0 in the first period with his wrist shot. After Hagelin scored his second...
The Bruins’ Feb. 9 game against the Tampa Bay Lightning has been rescheduled for Thursday, April 25.
The NHL postponed the game due to a weather-related state of emergency in Boston after Winter Storm Nemo dropped over two feet of snow on the Northeast. The rescheduled game will be the final home game of the season for the Bruins.
Puck drop is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. ET at the...
The New York Rangers (5-5-0) host the Tampa Bay Lightning (6-4-0) at MSG starting at 7:30 p.m. For a preview go to Yahoo! Sports.
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Slow news day.
Quick trip for Joe Morrow. He was sent back down today. Via penslabyrinth:
What was thought to be Morrow’s NHL debut last night, turned into just an insurance move for the Pens, as Pittsburgh didn’t dress him.
So far this year, Morrow has 10 points (2G, 8A) in 39 contests with the WBS Pens.
The Pens also signed some jobber named Chris Collins...