Ed Note: The following appears courtesy our friends at Puck Drunk Love. When the NHL announced they’d be changing the overtime format from 4-on-4 to 3-on-3, I was excited. I’m not as lukewarm on the shootout as other people seem to be, as it totally eliminated the tie, which made hockey games feel like they had a certain degree of pointlessness. But, it didn’t seem all...
Jason Garrison ended a wild extra session that included a penalty shot with a nifty goal. The Tampa Bay defenseman scored his second goal of the game in overtime, and the Lightning beat the Philadelphia Flyers 3-2 on Thursday night. Garrison's game-winner came on a breakaway at 2:17 of the extra period, which featured end-to-end action in the NHL's first 3-on-3 OT of the regular...
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first NHL regular season 3 on 3 OT ends with Lightning’s Garrison scoring on a breakaway pic.twitter.com/2aGbDVmncF — Stephanie (@myregularface) October 9, 2015 (Feature Photo/Christine Gunn) Follow me on Twitter @LightningShout and please “like” LightningShout on Facebook. You can email us at email@example.com.
Twice, the Flyers were given the golden opportunity for a goal. A penalty shot. It happened to Claude Giroux in the first. It happened to Scott Laughton in overtime. Both times, the Flyers failed to capitalize. In the overtime, it proved costly as moments after, Jason Garrison scored on a breakaway for his second goal of the game, giving the Tampa Bay Lightning a 3-2 overtime...
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Heading into Game 3, there are a few questions about the Tampa Bay Lightning’s lineup. With their success in Game 2 and strong play in Game 1, you can argue the team should stand pat for Game 3. But with defenseman Jason Garrison coming back from his stint on injured reserve soon, he will be looking to retake […] The post Who sits for Jason Garrison on the Tampa Bay Lightning...
The Tampa Bay Lightning will be without Jason Garrison on Saturday night, and there's a chance the veteran defenseman won't be available Sunday as well. Coach Jon Cooper ruled Garrison out for Saturday's game against the Los Angeles Kings at Amalie Arena and called the player's status questionable for Sunday against the Anaheim Ducks in the finale of a brief two-game homestand. Garrison...
PHILADELPHIA -- The Tampa Bay Lightning have acquired defenseman Jason Garrison from the Vancouver Canucks. Tampa Bay also obtained the rights to unsigned draft pick Jeff Costello and Vancouver's seventh-round selection in 2015 for the Lightning's second-round pick (50th overall) in Friday night's draft. Garrison, who signed with the Canucks as a free agent in 2012, has four years...
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