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Raw Charge May 20, 2016

That was fast; WATCH Ryan Callahan's game-opening goal

This doesn't hapen very often in Tampa Bay Lightning game play, it would seem. Less than 30 seconds into play during game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals, Ryan Callahan lights the lamp and puts Tampa Bay up 1-0. The goal, Callahan's 2nd of the playoffs, was  assisted by Victory Hedman (his 8th) and J.T. Brown (his 2nd apple of the playoffs as well). Having a goal scored 27 seconds into regulation play.... The question becomes if the Bolts keep up the effort (and light the lamp multiple more times) in the game.
Crosby scores in overtime to give Penguins 3-2 win against Lightning

Crosby scores in overtime to give Penguins 3-2 win against Lightning

Sidney Crosby’s teammates never doubted that they would see him score another goal.
Bradenton tourism agency rues its sponsorship of pro-Penguins rally towel

Bradenton tourism agency rues its sponsorship of pro-Penguins rally towel

This is the story of an ex-Pittsburgher gone to Florida who ended up sorry he made people around Tampa mad about what they perceived as a terrible towel — even though it wasn’t the Terrible Towel.

Note to Tampa: This is not a Penguins shirt

A Pittsburgh design shop has responded to the Tampa Bay Lightning’s restrictions on Penguins gear at Amalie Arena with a vengeance — and a bit of style.
Penguins notebook: Kris Letang angry over Callahan's hit

Penguins notebook: Kris Letang angry over Callahan's hit

Kris Letang apparently was quite candid Sunday with French-speaking reporters, in his first availability after being boarded Friday night by Tampa Bay right winger Ryan Callahan in Game 1.
Paul Zeise: The Penguins should stick with Olli Maatta

Paul Zeise: The Penguins should stick with Olli Maatta

The Penguins are not in a must-win situation tonight against Tampa in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference final, contrary to some people’s belief.
PensBurgh May 14, 2016

Report: Ryan Callahan will not have a hearing for his dirty hit on Kris Letang

Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times reported today that Ryan Callahan will not be subject to a hearing for his 5-minute major boarding penalty for his hit on Kris Letang. So, we have established already that the hit that Ryan Callahan threw on Kris Letang was utter garbage. He saw his numbers, and ran him straight into the boards, even using his elbow to force Letang's head into the glass. Callahan literally rammed Letang's head into the glass with his forearm. Tanger was trapped. pic.twitter.com/BDKvUWvIIl — J. (@jas_155) May 14, 2016 As if the officiating wasn't embarrassing...
Tampa Bay Times May 14, 2016

No hearing for Ryan Callahan on Kris Letang hit

The Lightning may have dodged a bullet, with wing Ryan Callahan not expected to receive any supplemental discipline from the league for his boarding penalty on Kris Letang in Friday's Game 1.
Newsday May 6, 2016

Ryan Callahan's grandmother, 100, is cheering him on

The Lightning's Ryan Callahan has a lot of New York fans from his years with the Rangers and now in Tampa Bay. Almost certainly the oldest of them all will be tuning into Tampa's Game 4 with the Islanders tonight from Rochester.
The Ledger May 4, 2016

Ryan Callahan swings momentum to Lightning

The Islanders dominated the Lightning for most of Tuesday’s first period, peppering goalie Ben Bishop with chance after chance.

Ryan Callahan Photos

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