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Ryan Callahan discusses Lightning getting ready for tough road trip

Ryan Callahan discusses Lightning getting ready for tough road trip

Tampa Bay Lightning forward Ryan Callahan says it was important to bank some points at home as they head out west for a tough road trip coming up.
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Andrei Vasilevskiy only allows 1 as Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Hurricanes, 5-1

Andrei Vasilevskiy only allows 1 as Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Hurricanes, 5-1

And Ryan Callahan nets first goal since November 23, 2016. Nikita Kucherov scored with four seconds left after Ryan Callahan and Vladislav Namestnikov scored empty-net goals, and the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Carolina Hurricanes, 5-1, in an otherwise very close game. The majority of the game was dominated by the Hurricanes’ impressive forwards, lead by Justin Williams, and an overall stellar defense, but a timely powerplay goal and even-strength marker from a rookie, followed by Vasilevskiy’s solid goaltending, sealed the deal. Here are my stream-of-consciousness notes during the...

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