BEN BISHOP RUMORS & GOSSIP
This bounce was unkind to Ben Bishop.
The Tampa Bay goalie was victimized by a fluky goal in the second period against Detroit on Thursday night in Game 4 of their playoff series. Joakim Andersson's shot bounced routinely off Bishop and up in the air, but when Bishop tried to bat the puck away with his stick, he instead accidentally knocked it back off the crossbar.
The puck fell...
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Tampa Bay Lightning goalie Ben Bishop went to stop a routine dump in from Joakim Andersson when things went all sorts of wrong. The puck deflected up and when he tried to clear it away, he accidentally knocked it backwards with his stick. The puck went off the crossbar and then bounced/rolled slowly into the […]
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DETROIT (AP) This bounce was unkind to Ben Bishop.
The Tampa Bay goalie was victimized by a fluky goal in the second period against Detroit on Thursday night in Game 4 of their playoff series. Joakim Andersson's shot bounced routinely off Bishop and up in the air, but when Bishop tried to bat the puck away with his stick, he instead accidentally knocked it back off the crossbar...
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How did Ben Bishop follow up his bizarre holding penalty? By knocking a puck into the air and then into his own net, of course. He initially made a save with his glove/left arm, the puck then deflected across his body and then that’s where everything fell apart.
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What a strange, strange night for Tampa Bay’s goaltender.
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Goaltenders don’t receive penalties too often and when they do it’s usually for Delay of Game (puck over the glass) or some sort of slashing or interference call for hitting a player with their stick in front of the crease. Ben Bishop wanted to do something a bit different and picked up two minutes for holding after tackling Tomas Tatar as he passed by the crease.
Tampa Bay Lightning had a tough fight in game one
Thursday night marked the first game of the postseason for both the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Detroit Red Wings. Both teams came into the game after a strong regular season.
Detroit came out after from game 1 with a victory, winning 3-2. The game was a good back and forth match. As always, there are things to take away from the...
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