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Lightning Set for Rematch With Columbus

The Tampa Bay Lightning are advancing to the first round of the NHL playoffs. The Lightning are set to play against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Tuesday.  The Lightning settled into the East’s second seed after losing 4-1 to the Philadelphia Flyers Saturday night. Rematch. ⚡️ pic.twitter.com/hwuGjMmrbo — Tampa Bay Lightning …

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Melrose Talks NHL Trade Deadline and Lightning

Cool became the rule on the airwaves of WRUF. ESPN analyst Barry Melrose joined Sport Scene with Steve Russell to give his thoughts on the NHL just days before the trade deadline. Who’s the Best in the NHL? Melrose’s answer to this question was a simple one: the Tampa Bay …

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NHL Playoffs Recap: Bruins and Capitals in Control

Round 1 of the NHL Playoffs are fully underway with a few teams already booking their ticket into the second round via series sweeps. However, many teams are still battling it out. Results from Thursday Bruins vs. Maple Leafs The Boston Bruins extended their series lead to 3-1 over the …

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Penguins clobber Flyers 5-0, up 3-1 on the series

The defending two-time Stanley Cup champs the Pittsburgh Penguins are another step away from completing their quest for a three-peat. The Captain passes Lemieux Captain Sidney Crosby was a huge reason for Pittsburgh Penguins’ victory over the Philadelphia Flyers, contributing with a goal and an assist. He also passed Mario …

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Recap: Sunday’s NHL Action

Eight teams took the ice on Sunday for some great playoff hockey. Penguins Take a 2-1 Lead Over Flyers In a Pennsylvania rivalry series, the Pittsburgh Penguins won game three in dominant fashion by a score of 5-1. Dominant wins seem to be the theme of the series so far …

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First Round of NHL Playoffs: The Battle for Pennsylvania

The two-time defending Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins begin their playoff journey in hopes to capture their third straight title. Taking on in-state rival, the Philadelphia Flyers, the team that once upset them in the 2012 season. These two teams haven’t faced off in the playoffs in six years and …

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