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Kadri scores in OT in return, Avs move to brink of title
"Not some country scored a 1202 of overtime to give the Colorado avalanche a three to two come from behind win over the Tampa Bay lightning and take a commanding three games to one lead in their best of 7 series And I thought it may be pinned between his arm and you know he was kind of swimming in the crease and I thought he might have had it so it was certainly a few seconds of confusion there and then I just saw everybody kind of bull rush the ice and that's when I knew it was confirmed Tampa Bay came out with an explosive start to the game Anthony cirelli scoring 36 seconds in Colorado answered in the second the puck going in off Nathan McKinnon skate while on the power play Victor hedman gave the lead back to the lightning lifting a perfect backhand over Darcy Kemper Anthony cogliano even things up in the third to force overtime
Lightning bounce back, beat Avalanche 6-2 in Game 3
"The Tampa Bay lightning have life after dropping the first two road games of the best of 7 series they win at home beating the Colorado avalanche 6 to two The bolt's got scoring from all four of their lines Andre palat had a goal and an assist as did Steven stamkos We had a much better start We had some chances We had some shots We had some offensive zone shifts something we didn't really have early in the game The last two So it's a different feel We're obviously comfortable in playing those tighter close games and games with the lead Nick Paul not just 5th goal of the playoffs early in the second which turned out to be the game winner Anthony cirelli pat maroon and Corey Perry each scored Nikita kucherov and Victor hedman both finished with two assists Both of Colorado's goals came on the power play off the stick of their captain Gabriel landeskog Walsh marsicano Tampa
"anthony cirelli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Four nothing rangers Tell you what they've had a lot of blocks the rangers They've done a tremendous job of making sure they got sticks in the lane or pads whatever them the case coming into this period they had ten block shots in the lightning and you know what when they block a lot that forces the other team to miss a lot and the lightning have missed the net 13 times as well So if you're looking at 23 chances that have not really been very productive for them because of the fact that they're blocked or they're missed Strom wins the defense of his own face off alexy law for nearby for stroman the right wing crossed the line right point shot of the net Even lough for near left circle is hounded Takes the puck away He's headman in the far corner Left wing pull lot Looks up ice Banks at for Anthony cirelli in the right wing He'll golf it in Deandre Miller pursues the puck behind the neck truba Can he clear it around the far boards Edmond steps up trying to hold us in He will for plot left circle I slept sorelli right point circuit jump left circle headman and front palata one timer blocked in front And good roll well backhanded on Nearly 5 and a half minutes played in the third lightning still looking up at a four nothing deficit Plot zigzags back behind the lightning net Holds on to it lady got a change up front plot hands it off to McDonough to center ice and Matthew Joseph off the middle across the blue line to the left circle taps it in and just darken knocks it away for Greg McKay A Kegel zinging around the ear boards and it is out of the zone Picking up his core in his own end hounding him is getting jerked on gets away puts it off the near awards to Stamford Now Joseph at center is checked The neutral zone player right there but the rangers fox will steal it and slip it in McDonough by the lightning net is checked by McKay Greg McKay tied up by corn McDonough dislodges it for Schuster The fireboard is Joseph Joseph is pinched off by Neil's lunch gets away Connects with corn to shoes her to McDonnell Still in the lightning zone Over 6 minutes played in the third four nothing rangers McDonough's got the puck deep in his own end Walking up the middle Left side Allen to Shuster And the red line sweeps this in Just striking stops at find the rangers net Dumps it around the air board safely out to center ice dried and hunt Dump it in rooted the other way for a plot across the blend of Victor head and rough circle Have been a centering feed skips through rebound pinballs to dry it and Han he'll clear it Skate race of the puck in the lightning end ruta tops and find his own effort plot reverses it back for Jan ruta Early 7 minutes played in the third four nothing rangers Rudolf feeds the relief at center ice Couldn't settle it down He has it again Then he is stripped by heel who jams it in by the lightning down Not much happening for the lighting in this third period just one shot on net and has been the case throughout most of the game A lot of their shot attempts have not reached a circuit Turnick to center ice cranks it in truba pivots in the far corner A feeling the right side for coco he'll clear it Ross Colton knocks it down reverses it for Boris He'll slide it in Truba trying to clear it Nash is steal Left circle Left corner could you Boris could shoot kicks to Nash left corner of point circuit chat right point turnout shoot saves historic in the puck is loose Colton trying to get a stick on it as his coach The puck was loose they blew it dead They're going to get a whistle here maybe for a penalty Well check on a call potentially when we come back 1221 left in the third four nothing rangers on lightning radio Emily motor oil.
"anthony cirelli" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"This other guy is still really good. So that's not Boston how they do not exactly have A handful of top prospects the Sabres could choose from No there have. They haven't had great draft lately. And you know, they've also been in it right so pretty much every year, the last three or four years, so they've traded a bunch of their first round picks of the deadline. They haven't had first round picks in some of these drafts, so you know they're covered is not overflowing. With prospects ready to contribute at the NHL level. Tanika is one of their best prospects. There's no doubt about it. He rolled back in nine, is a former first round pick a defenseman. He really hasn't panned out to this point. I don't think he's at his highest level prospect wise. Um, you know, Jack feature is, uh, is still in college, So you know he's not ready to contribute as a former first round pick. Um, you know, I don't think they have the talent in the prospects that a lot of other teams do. Their best young players are at the NHL level. I don't think there was any way whatsoever that the Bruins would trade Charlie McAvoy or David Posture neck in the Jack Eichel deal, so you know Just don't know that they comparatively speaking have the kind of assets that other teams are going to do to get the deal done. You're just one question ahead of me all the time, Joe. I'm very impressed. You're stealing my next question all time, but hey, before I get to that, um Stanek is the center. Did you say Yeah, He's the center. Um, still needs to fill out physically, not strong enough to handle the NHL level last year. I think they're hoping now he's in the you know, young 2022 range 22 years old ranch. So maybe now, next year is going to be a year He's going to start to push. Um, And that's like I think the grand design the Bruins had going into this past season was it was the last year of Cray Cheese deal. Um, you know, they would bring stead Nikko along a little bit last year. Get his feet wet. And then maybe have a year of Charlie Coyle is the number two center. You know this coming season if they weren't going to resign crazy and then bring instead, nickel to be the third line center. But he didn't really show enough that he's going to be ready this next season. Maybe he does a ton of work and gained some strength over the the summer and you know all of a sudden pops next year, but I think it kind of changed their plans a little bit. That's Tanika wasn't ready yet. They still think he's going to be A top, uh, nine center in the NHL, and I've heard comparison to scouts. I've talked to Anthony Cirelli. That's the player they mentioned. That technique is kind of like, um, so we'll see. But you know, I don't know that he's going to be a top flight number one center in the NHL either. Yeah, I was curious about. You know, maybe that that the tweener if you will not necessarily the prospects that haven't been there yet, But young guys who are either they're now maybe have had a little bit of playing time have been in the minors as well. Because the Sabres Joe, they're going to be going with a lot of you know, 21 22 23 year olds, not that iculs old, but that early twenties group is going to be their core going forward. Is there anybody Posture knocks a little bit older, but not old. But is there anybody on the Bruins in that early twenties? That maybe even has a little bit of time? And they would say, you know, that's a guy you should want to go get if your buffalo Well, yes, Jake DeBrusk would be the guy. Um, that would be the guy if they were going to trade somebody in their early twenties. These 23 now, um he has a 27 gold season on his resume at the NHL level. I think that's a guy they would definitely use as a trade ship. If if the Sabres are looking for young NHL roster players still not too expensive, uh, contract wise, he's still in the R F a Land, so he's not commanding huge money definitely had it down the year this year, but he's proven that he can score in the league of the former first round pick and the thing with him like and I view a lot of guys like this across the league. He's one of those guys in his early twenties doesn't have a family single guy. I think a lot of those guys struggled last year because of the covid restriction because they were, you know, lonely and I think mentally its control on them that they really had nothing to do because of the restrictions outside of being at the rank. They had no family to go home to them. They just We're going home to nothing when they went home at night. And they couldn't go out and do anything. So I think a lot of those guys struggled mentally and off the ice and you know, just to be in a good place every single day, and I think he's definitely one of those guys. So you kind of primed and ready for a bounce back year, and he definitely has the talent to do it. The issue with him. He can score, but he hasn't shown that he's going to be able to impact a lot of other places around the ice. Besides scoring when he doesn't score, he doesn't do a lot for you. So you know, that's kind of the the book on him right now, Joe Final thing for you, Um, when you you know Burns officers still considering themselves Cup contenders. If we go back to the old division, you've got the cup champion there. Montreal was an average hockey team, but they made a run. You've got Florida you got Toronto, though. You know they can't win in the postseason. I guess I'm getting to how desperate or how anxious would Boston What did what do you think they need to add? First and foremost And how? How Aggressive. Would they be trying to pursue a potential Eichel deal or even Sam Reinhart? Yeah, I think they need a left side defenseman. That's really their biggest need. Um, you know they didn't resign Zdeno Char and Torey Krug going into last season and they tried to go with young guys. Young kids on the left side. And it really found a really good partner. Um for Charlie McAvoy in the top pairing. They even need a top pair left side defenseman or middle pair left side defenseman, depending on where they're going to put Matt Grizzly, but I don't view him as a top pair guys, so they really need A guy that can handle 20. Plus minutes tonight, play in all situations on the left side. A guy that can bring some offense moved the park and can, you know? Play well in the D Zone block shots just, you know, be your all around really good defenseman. That's really their biggest need..
"anthony cirelli" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Joe Micheletti, John Oliver and Emily Arena. The Canadians on their first power play of the game in a scoreless game five John Rueda offer a cross check at 7 19. Canadians have to go back into their own goal in coming over and Coleman very nearly. It's a short handed goal. He's got it again in trying to pitch Forks, backhander wide and Jeff Pizza, trying to settle things down for the 1st 20 seconds of the Montreal power play, which has been fairly ineffective in the series is equally ineffective. Canadians just one for seven on the power play, but they're making soft plays, jokes and they're getting outworked by the penalty, killing the lightning round. For sure, they thought Montreal thought that Tampa Bay was just going to clear the ice, clear the puck down the ice and the first one, Tampa Bay didn't try to make a play. And they did. The Goldman Suzuki fires it hard around and into the Tampa Bay zone. McDonough pops into the front of the net. Nobody home but Anthony Cirelli of the Lightning and he'll Isis. We've got a penalty coming up behind the plate. Is it coincidental minors? Let's listen. 81 got minor interference. 94 about two minutes embellishment, So it's an interference call on Sure knack and embellishment call on Perry. So it is coincidental Minors at 8 15 Peri Peri slammed the penalty box gate as he went into the penalty box. He didn't like it sure, not just came over and gave him a shoulder to the chest, and Perry went down. And the officials felt that he embellished to call enough to even things up Joe. To me, It's the age old conversation. We can talk about it all night long. How can it be both? It's either one or the other, but it is both because that's the call it does not affect. The manpower situation remains a five on four power play for the Canadians and Anderson offside as he tries to pull a pass from behind him back into the Tampa Bay zone. The Canadian power play still has 48 seconds left joke, but it does not look sharp. No, it hasn't. You know, this is a power play that that hasn't hasn't really looked all that sharp throughout the series. They got some young players on there. And you know, we've spoken so often about the Montreal penalty killing. Tampa Bay's is excellent as well. Now Anderson and Coleman jostle at the edge of the circle, exchanging short cross checks. The officials have to come over draw the old line in the back seat like on vacation with your brother or sister never works. No, it doesn't was going to say we'll see if it works, but Remember, the retaliation is always what Mom and dad caught. And here comes Coleman off the face off. He had a chance to come in short handed. But he's caught by Anderson is going to take a penalty that hooking call and Al Coleman saying it should be a penalty shot. He's all the way back at his own movie, but he's got a point. Did he have a breakaway and so cemetery so Tampa Bay makes makes the play. They try to clear it goes off a glove and slows down. And so Coleman is able to try to reach out and he loses control and trying to control it with his right escaped and that didn't work. So the game is being called tightly. You know, I'd go so far very safe. Would you consider that a pretty good penalty? Because if Anderson doesn't take that penalty, your point, I think Coleman, who's got great speed off to the races on a breakaway for sure. So it's four on four for the next few seconds as the lightning people fuckin and served Check trying to get it back from board had his stick lifted. It angles off the boards and back out center right shots. 10 2 in favor of Tampa Bay. Montreal Power play did not even produced a shot on goal before they took the penalty there by Anderson at 8 43. How Suzuki wiped out by Coleman Coleman's been all over the ice. Been the best player on the ice in this first period. He has points in every game in this series. And now Tampa Bay wanted one appellant. Too many men on the ice Suzuki on his way to the back. Edge. The puck just appeared in front of him went off the skate of a teammate that was going over the boards, and then he just dumped it in the rest of the way. I don't think it was too many men on the ice, and there's nothing else the officials agree with. Hedman handles it. Sentara is Tampa Bay Seconds away from going on their own power play now on their second power play of the game as the Canadian sweep it away, and Hedman has to come back and get it. That's another example. Cirelli gets it right at the blue line, carries it over the blue line, and immediately he's attacked. He loses the puck. Montreal clears it. Hedman brings it in for stand post wires it around and Cirelli battling with Byron to try to keep it alive. Future. AW, made a little pump pass into that bump position in the middle. Got it right back from point now has it right circuit out high. Hedman capitalists takes a wrist shot doubled up by Carey price Now that time Tampa Bay was able to get set up and when you draw has it that's when he becomes so dangerous. So he's on the right side, and he's looking for either a plate of the middle of play down on the side of the net. But this time you got it to Hedman on the left point, have been walked in and initially decided to take the shot because Cirelli was directly in front of Carey Price. But Cirelli took a step to the side price was able to see the shot. Make a safe rally wins the ensuing faceoff to the right of price stuck on the end boards. Evans didn't get it out shot passed by him. And the boy was looking for future off the right post, and he didn't connect hustling the other way. Evans trying to split the defense shorthanded, and he's written off the puck in the left corner. Now by Hedman dying Seconds of the power play, 10 ticks remaining. The man advantage point across the line. Trump Sutra back to feature off his pass deflected towards the Net, capped away by Carey Price and collected by the Canadians to know clears the zone. That'll do it. Out of the box. Anderson and the Canadians full strength, so Tampa Bay over two on the power play, and they turn it over at Senate. Here's Suzuki on his own into the Tampa Bay Zone strips to the left corner wanted the centers of the far post. But that came gored to intercept that. It stood out by the lightning. This go all the way back in the Montreal ice. First man on Heathrow rolls it slowly to the side of the Net, and Carey Price scoops it up. He'll hang on just under nine minutes to go. In Game five first period in Tampa, no score between the Lightning and Canadians in conjunction with NBC Sports, You're listening to the Stanley Cup.
"anthony cirelli" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Joe Micheletti, John Oliver and Emily Arena. The Canadians on their first power play of the game in a scoreless game five John Rueda offer a cross check at 7 19. Canadians have to go back into their own goal to turn it over, and Coleman very nearly gets a short handed goal. He's got it again in front of pitchforks, the backhander wide and Jeff Petry trying to settle things down for the 1st 20 seconds of the Montreal power play. Which has been fairly ineffective in the series is equally ineffective. It Canadians just one per seven on the power play, but they're making soft place jokes and they're getting outworked by the penalty, killing the lightning round. For sure, they thought Montreal thought that Tampa Bay was just going to clear the ice. Clear the puck down the ice on the first one. Tampa Bay didn't try to make a play, and they did the Coleman Suzuki fires it hard around and into the Tampa Bay zone. McDonough pops into the front of the net. Nobody home but Anthony Cirelli of the Lightning and he'll ice it. Got a penalty coming up. Behind the plate. Is it coincidental minors? Let's listen. Anyone got minor interference. For about two minutes, Embellishment. So it's an interference call on Sirnak. And an embellishment call on Perry's so it is coincidental Minors at 8 15. Perry Perry slammed the Penalty box gate. As he went into the penalty box. He didn't like it. Your neck just came over and gave him a shoulder to the chest. And Kerry went down. And the officials felt that he embellished to call enough to even things up, Joe to me. It's the age old conversation. We could talk about it all night long. How can it be both? Either one or the other. It is both because that's the call. Does not affect Manpower situation remains a five on four power play for the Canadians and Anderson offside as he tries to pull a pass from behind him back into the Tampa Bay zone. And the Canadian power play still has 48 seconds left joke, but it has not looked sharp. No, it hasn't You know, this is a power play that That Hasn't hasn't really looked all that sharp throughout the series. I've got some young players on there. And you know, we've spoken so often about the Montreal penalty. Tampa Bay's is excellent as well. Anderson and Coleman. Jostle at the edge of the circle, exchanging short cross checks. The officials have to come over and All the old line in the back seat like on vacation with your brother and sister. Never worked. No, it doesn't was going to say we'll see if it works, but Number. The retaliation is always what Mom and dad costs and here comes Coleman off the face off. He had a chance to come in short handed, but he's caught by Anderson is going to take a penalty. That's hooking call and Coleman saying it should have been a penalty shot. He's all the way back at his own blue. Yeah, but he's got a point. The question is, Did he have a breakaway and so 17 so Tampa Bay makes the makes the play. They try to clear it goes off a glove. And slows down. And so Coleman Is able to Try to reach out And he loses control and tried to control it with his Right skate and that didn't work. So the Game is being called tightly, Joe that go so far as Would you consider that a pretty good penalty because of Anderson doesn't take that penalty. Your point. I think Coleman, who's got great speed is up to the race is on a breakaway for sure. So it's four on four for the next few seconds as the lightning people fuckin circuit kept trying to get it back from Gord had his stick lifted. It angles off the boards and back out center ice. Shots. 10 2 in favor of Tampa Bay Montreal Power play did not even produced a shot on goal before they took the penalty there by Anderson at 8 43. How Suzuki wiped out by Coleman Coleman's been all over the ice in the best player on the ice in this first period. He has points in every game in this series, and Tampa Bay wanted one appellant. Too many men on the ice Suzuki on his way to the bench. Puck just appeared in front of him went off the skate of a teammate that was going over the boards. Then he just dumped it in the rest of the way. Don't think it was too many men on the ice and nothing else. The officials agree with me. Cadman handles at center Ice Tampa Bay seconds away from going on their own power play now on their second power play of the game as the Canadians sweep it away, and Hedman has to come back and get it. That's another example. Cirelli gets it right at the blue line, carries it over the blue line, and immediately he's attacked. He loses the puck. Montreal clears it. Edmund brings it in for Stamkos, who wires it around, and Cirelli battling with Byron to try to keep it alive. Future off made a little pump pass into that bumper. Position in the middle. Got it right back and point now has it right Circles out High. Hedman. Top of the list takes a wrist shot doubled up by Carey Price. That time, Tampa Bay was able to get set up and when Kucherov has it that when he becomes so dangerous, so he's on the right side, and he's looking for either a plate of the middle. Play down on the side of the net. But this time he got it to Hedman on the left point, have been walked in and initially decided to take the shot because Cirelli was directly in front of Carey Price. But Cirelli took a step to the side price was able to see the shot make us safe thoroughly Wednesday, ensuing faceoff to the right of price pup on the end boards. Evans didn't get it out shot past my head in the boy was looking for future off the right post, and he didn't connect hustling the other way. Evans trying to split the defense shorthanded, and he's written off the puck in the left corner now by heading Nine seconds of the power play. 10 6 remain in the man advantage point across the line from Petrovac to control his pass deflected towards the net. Kept away by Carey Price and collected by the Canadians. Daigneault clears the zone that'll do it. Out of the box Anderson and the Canadians full strength. So Tampa Bay old for two on the power play, and they turn it over at Senate. Here's Suzuki on his own into the Tampa Bay zone strips to the left corner, wanted the center for the far post. Fact came aboard to intercept that. Lifted out by the lightning. This will go all the way back into Montreal Ice First man on He drove a rolls it slowly to the side of an end and Carey price scoops it up. He'll hang on just under nine minutes to go. In Game five first period in Tampa, no score between the Lightning and Canadians in conjunction with NBC Sports, You're listening to the Stanley Cup final on Sports USA..
"anthony cirelli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"That Celeski give Perry All right. The Lightning win the D Zone faceoff. Gord, one at Coleman clears important final four minutes in the first year. The Canadians have had very little going in the first, but now they got the spark from the goal at center ice Atari like and dumps it in the lost it by the just knocked it away from Evans. It looked like he was gonna have an open net. Just said always good row, right When Eric turn AC Sirnak rips it in. I stopped by the march on it to Romanov in the near corner of middle. Jake Evans. Amazing what confidence does for you. Here's Evans busting into the lightning zone, Left circle, centering feed in on Vasilevskiy knocks it away and plot grabs. Lot bounces for Brandon Point Point to center ice backhands it in Canadians look like a different team since the goal. Shea Weber winds the puck around the near side. We have a whistle here, he's going to call Evans and point to work I saw, Yeah. They were Evans wouldn't stop. It was at the blue line, and he pushes him and pushes them again on monetary Rafi. Interesting. They decided to call that Phil interference in Russian. That role point. Fascinating, Mr Handsome Daddy got to just quick enough away from Evans. Evans. One goal in the playoffs came into play in which he was injured against limping into an empty net, and he almost had another goal into an empty nap. At that time, it was Goalie on the ice. Yeah. Alright. So full on four hockey for the next two minutes, no point available for the lightning. China was thrown out of the draw against Cirelli. So Suzuki and Sara Lee to the left of Carey Price. One by the Lightning at the center point. Hedman CenterPoint circuits out shoots that hit a trough, draft tracks and right circle off his stick comes out of the zone. Hedman gathers in neutral ice left wing circuit, Kev. Back for Victor Hedman will drift by the Lightning network left wing circuit chat. And Alec comes to Anthony Cirelli.
"anthony cirelli" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Our Sports USA, Los Angeles Studios or we are most proud to bring you every minute of the Stanley Cup final and we are down to crunch time. It's do or die, or it's golfing season for the Montreal Canadians who trail Tampa Bay 03 in the best of seven final, and only one team has ever come back from dropping the first three games and going on to win the Cup. In 27 tries and 20 of those clubs getting the sweep. And that was the 1942 Toronto Maple Leafs over Detroit. And no, I wasn't there. But leaves Captain Syl Apps was and he got to skate off with the Stanley Cup that sits in the building tonight, waiting for the now probable back to back run by the Lightning. Meanwhile, the last sweep in the Cup final was in 1998 when Detroit put away Washington and who is the captain of the wings and their M v p that season? Stevie I Zerman, the man who helped put this Tampa Bay Club on the championship map. So a little trivia for you to play with their as we get you ready for Game four last Friday night, saw the first Cup final game played in Montreal in 28 years in the home team lost 6 to 3. The haves had everything in their favor, except for maybe the rosters. It was the emotional return of interim head coach Dominic Ducharme from Covid Protocol. They had a small but loud and proud, very boisterous 3500 fans in the building and many more outside chanting. We want the cup, but it was Tampa Bay that came out flying, and they not only scored first, but twice in the 1st 3.5 minutes of the 1st and 2nd periods, which was just too much to overcome. For the haves and oh, not only haven't a Canadian scored first yet in this series, but they're yet to get a lead, which is by far when they are at their best 26 giveaways in Game three by the haves after just five in each of the first two games, hardly the recipe for success first time in 12 tries this postseason. Montreal has scored at least two goals in a game and lost Now. It feels like months ago when the Canadians won seven straight and scored first in each of those to get here. Module did get back in the game two with a big first goal of the playoffs by Phillip Danault in the opening period to make it 2 to 1, Tampa and then it was only 1 40 into the second period when the Canadians made one of their too many bad mistakes that may have cost them the game and really the series. Gallagher feeds it across the line on left wing and Lincoln and his angled off good play by Anthony Cirelli. They're allowing them to stretch it. They caught the Canadians on the change a lot. Gets it over and Kuchar off scores. A bad change by the Canadians costs them dearly. It's 31 Tampa Bay and what an alert play. By the Tampa Bay defense again. They've been involved in every goal. John Hollers Joe Micheletti on the call Here on Sports USA. It's been always something from Montreal in this series, and not usually a good thing. What's caused the most are bad line changes that even cause that killer to an old goal uncharacteristic turnovers in bad locations. Odd man rushes galore and They've never had the lead in the series, which has only happened to other times and Stanley Cup final history when it was all said and done, and coach Ducharme has some thoughts on the importance of scoring first now. Well, I think it's huge against anything it would be, uh, something important. At the same time. Cannot stop lying. And you know if you don't score the first goal, so you know, we want to have a good start. I thought, uh, I thought last game we, uh it's not that we had a bad start is just They made us period right away on a on a nice thing and and on the power play. Uh fuck that we to understand. Uh so we need to, uh Managed to start the right way. Come out dynamic, active. Playing our game. And, uh, you know, getting that first goal for sure will be important. And then there's Carey Price, who was standing on his head, with or without a helmet all playoffs long from Montreal. But in this series against the best on the planet, the Habs Future Hall of Fame goalie ISO and three with the 4 39 goals against at an 8 35 save percentage. He's allowed two goals in the first four minutes of a playoff game. For the first time in 87 career starts, and that can't get you one win, let alone a chance to win the cup and he knows the score. Now you don't have a choice. Uh, you know, we've we've overcome adversity all season long. And you know racks are obviously against the wall. So we're going to start bringing our best. Yes, an understatement for sure. And don't ask his coach. If there will be a change in goal for this must win carries a guy playing Monday so If you wonder, or people wonder about who is going to be in that Kerry is going to be in that. And, yeah, you can talk about one guy and another guy. It's about all of us. To borrow all of us. We need to be better in front of him. Everyone all 20 guys putting on the jersey you know, are looking for Monday night playing their best game, that's it. And so how are some of price's teammates sounding now that their backs are super glued against the wall? Well, Brendan Gallagher was actually asked if he can take any positives from that disastrous game three loss. You just have to Correct the mistakes. I mean, it's your here. I'm not gonna sit here and take a whole lot of positive. We We believe we can play with these guys. We believe it since Game one. We just haven't shown it enough now for a full 60 minutes. Uh, you know, we've had we've had spurts where we've you know, everything We've talked about. Everything we've done is work. But there's just been mistakes in our in our game. And, um, you know, we're playing too good of a hockey team. They're you know, they're deep everywhere. They're going to capitalize. Gonna make you pay. Uh, so you know, the positives are this This team has been In many holes. This change been doubted, but the character in that locker room isn't going anywhere. That's something that, uh, we're going to keep competing. Keep playing. In terms of how the games are being played. We need to get better. Sorry for the possible record amount of cliches ahead, But here they come, as expected under the circumstances. Josh Anderson, What's your mindset to stay positive? Um, you know, we're here for a reason. And, um, obviously, we've dug ourselves a little bit of a hole here and, um, the mood slight right now. And, um, we have a job to do, and we're gonna Do everything we can to, um, stay in this thing and fly out Tampa and on Tuesday, so everyone just getting prepared for tomorrow night's game, and, um, we're all going to compete and work hard and put off full effort in Of course, Tomorrow night is now tonight and many moons ago, I was the radio voice of Wisconsin hockey and their leader, then badger. Bob Johnson had some wonderful sayings. Not sure if this was his or not, but what should be hanging in the Canadians locker room right now became a championship slogan and Madison 60 minutes. No alibis. No regrets when we already know it's a great day for hockey because it always is, and even more so, with the perfectly shined up Stanley Cup in the building, along with our.
"anthony cirelli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Johnson stick was there, but it didn't touch his stick. Never touched it. Let me go on the power play for the first time. In the game one for six in the series overall in the playoffs, 35.6%. Chance to go up early to nothing here. Sara Lee fights for the draw. But instead it bounces free to buyer and it will rip it down the ice. That was a partial face of went for Sara Lee, but the Canadians got to it 1st 50 50, and we lost it. Victor Hedman, right, said Pizzarelli at the Red Line, drops it off breaking point. Point cuts his way across the Montreal line. Dishes it to Anthony Cirelli. Right circle. Cirelli sets up. Winds a great point, Hedman Single cu trough. Right corner. Cirelli, Right. Socotra who drop in the power play center point. Hedman, tees it up. Shoot off, Price it in our power play goal for the lightning, and they have a two Nothing lead. I'll tell you what he drill this one. Absolutely drilled it. He got the puck. Sara Lee goes back. To Hedman her Edmund goes back to coach Gujarat spots Hedman in the slot. Hedman skates in And that puck just beat price. You think Sara Lee touch that? I don't think so, David, but we'll see. Well, maybe he did, because the puck Either hit Bryson went in, or Sherali. I still think Edmund got this. If so, both goals by lightning.
"anthony cirelli" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"The Lightning have gotten it done again. 13 2 in this post season when they score first, and Anthony Cirelli, fifth of the playoffs is the first goal tonight. It's one Tampa that was the best shift best shift of the game. Tampa Bay, where they had some extended offensive zone time and so really makes the play behind the net and then end up back out at the point to cover up first defenseman and just took the wrist shot that Look like a deflected pass carry price to make it one Nothing. Ruda and Johnson draw the assists as Vasilevskiy covers up a shot off the wing from Ben Sharon. You know, we have to talk a little bit about Tyler Johnson elevated from the fourth line center to take the place of Alex corn on that second line gets in the lineup, and he gets on this course you know, and, uh For, uh, Tampa Bay. He's not only on that line, but then they bounce in her own little bit. He's played a shift or so with his normal linemates. Former life are the the fourth line so He's been a critical player here in this game thus far. So the face off to the right of vasilevskiy and thrown from the circle is Suzuki's stepping in to take his place. Tyler Toffoli. Leading scorer for the Canadians in the regular season, Enemies playoffs and as soon as they drop the buck. Whistle from the backside referee and Kelly Sutherland, I think has a clock issue. Quickly over to the scores position and then He goes to the Montreal bench. Then he goes to the lines, many as conveyed all the messages he needs to. They dropped the puck and it's controlled by Tampa Bay, Andre Palat. On the left side trying to self chip into the corner, but he's beaten to it there as the Canadians reverse it away to Poli wiring rink wide back into Tampa ice, where turn AC handle took Has taken off the skate by Palat and he just poised to center ice. It comes to Earth right in front of Shea Weber, who chops it along. McDonough kept it out of his own. Suzuki brings it right back in. Caufield off right wing and he got a lot on that shot just wide of the far post. Sharon keep Suzuki gets into the net. An easy glove, save with no traffic to Vasilevskiy keeps the puck in play quickly, dropping it and paddling it aside. Donna from center sends it in Former New York Ranger was originally a first round pick. Montreal sends it around. The boards tried to one time and it was blocked and speed the other way. It's Paul Byron Heels back in the left circle is rooted keeps him to the outside. Nice pass across just out of the reach, though of Jeff Petry from the goal line, he recovers. It just fires it on net and not getting up. The near post was passing live ski, so Cirelli able to skate it back to center, and he chips it deep into the Montreal zone. Eyes up Edmondson, but the Canadians are there to support played up the boards. Anderson couldn't get it out. And now on a second effort Montreal away, Kenny Emmy on Right Wing brings it to the middle takes the shot blocked by Tyler Johnson. Anderson recovers as it behind an end for the Canadians spins it out to you all Army of fresh off the bench. Coco Neami, the high forward Over right side Petri. Let's go top of the circle padded away by Modzelewski stall right off the bench steps into a one time I missed everything. Johnson's playing on one leg, so they're going to try to isolate him. As Petry takes the shot blocked in the slot, an army a shot blocked by Rueda. All of a sudden the Canadians can't get shots through. Petry takes it below the goal line, trying to force it in front that one off escape stall has it again. He goes to the slot and Vasilevskiy does his makes a solid as he gobbles it up, no rebound and holds for a face off. Well, Tyler Johnson. Had to play defense. He was backing up and he came up with a big time.
"anthony cirelli" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Going back because the puck is going in deep now they've got to go back into their zone and get it. And what they're finding as soon as they get it. They don't have much time to look up and see if anyone's open because Montreal is aggressive for checking their speed is putting pressure on campus defense and a lot of those pucks are just going off the glass or off the boards, trying to clear the zone and that one went into the bench and the face off. Back in the Tampa zone to the right of Vasilevskiy. So the buzz word for the Canadians coming into this one was puck management and you've liked the puck management. Yeah, no, yeah, much better. For sure. Luke Richardson also said that compete had to rise as they win the draw in the camp of a zone. Petri shot clock gets it back out of the net, kicked aside by the left pad of Vasilevskiy. Joel. Armenia, ridden off the puck in the corner as he battles with Savard and Tyler Johnson sends it across and out center ice Cirelli. It's too. It's spring stamp posts on the left side, but it got away from him and it came to prices swats it away with the panel of his stick. Harry draws a couple of defenders and is able to clear the zone. Circuits have stepped up in the neutral zone to intercept drops it back stand post across. Johnson tried to make one more pass to wide open cerulean front. Stall. Got a little piece of it. Puck still in the Montreal zone, Rueda activates up the right boards. Usually defensive defenseman Got it to Tyler Johnson Point covered by Sorrel, You scores. Anthony Cirelli covering the point through it to the Net, and Tampa Bay has a one. Nothing lead this entire play. Starts with surrogates out, stepping.
"anthony cirelli" Discussed on WGN Radio
"When it gives you a little stutter, Step six gets around him, then goes around the net and cut hard into the net on the short side and the other defenseman Petrie Money was going to go wide. Instead, he cut into the post. Gets his stick in the skates, trips him down. He draws the first penalty and responsive power play for Tampa Bay gets the first chance 38% in these playoffs. One for three in Game one Stamp Coast leans in to take the draw in the ring to the right of Carey Price and Phillip Danault wins it. Canadians winding around Baku trough, seals the wall licking and got it past him and now Tampa Bay with a quick regroup right back into the zone. Cirelli takes it away from Weber, who appeared to have it in full control and to the right corner to Gujarat. He makes a quick pass and point Keeps it alive. It's a line. Hedman gives it back, and now they're set up bouncing Puck. It gets away from Hedman at the left point, but he rescues it, keeping it in the zone. Cross ice Now for Kucera, who trough is the straw that stirs this drink, But he has the puck. Not the way by Dino and Weber Ice isn't kosher. I've wanted a slashing penalty on the play know about his stick on the stick a Kucherov That threw him off a little bit. His past did not connect and Montreal was able to clear there was a $5000 fine after Game one given to Shea Weber, Horace slash on the key to Kucherov in Game one. Again. Tampa Bay's second power play unit comes out they failed to enter the zone as it's cleared back Montreal wiping more penalty time off under a minute to go his point steeds in on the right side plays it back to the line. Carefully handled there by Sergei Chevy. Now his pass broken up as army It took it away from Kuchar. Off point comes up. It keeps it in on the right side Army. It just muscles him off the puck and clear that's fabulous penalty killing by Montreal quick, hard on the puck, not giving the Tampa Bay players much time to make a play or forcing them to make a pass faster than they want. Right back into the zone. Come the lightning a pass intended for Yanni. Gord is tipped away by, you know, and he will clear this Montreal penalty kill is even In the Stanley Cup playoffs after having surrendered that one power play goal in Game one. They've scored for short handed goals. They've given up four power play goals. Tyler Johnson winds it around the boards back in now in the dying seconds of the penalty to Petri loose puck one by Weber. He got it to Suzuki in the right circle, and he clears that will do it. Petrie out of the box. Montreal full strength, excellent penalty killing. By Montreal and again Killorn. We talked about him being out of the lineup, not part of the first power play unit Stretch pass finds Anthony Cirelli on the left side. He pulls up and winds the puck around the boards in the Montreal zone. Who dro loses it to folio angles it ahead. He and Suzuki in Suzuki got it over to Toffoli trying to draw it across the forehand Best. Celeski made the same Caufield gotta rebound away from right on the goal line. He's got it again, and this shot is blocked by Gaudreau to the end wall..
"anthony cirelli" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Match Limitations Apply coincidental Minors at 6 30 of the third period, Eric Stall and Eric, Turn it Each Get two for rubbing. Four on four favor either team in your mind, Joe Micheletti. Well to me. It favors Tampa Bay because they've got the higher end offensive player. So See who Tampa Bay is going to start with. They're gonna start more a little bit on the defensive side here. Cirelli was a really good two way player. Comes out. He starts up front. At center. It is the older with Palat is that the But I think I think Tampa Bay comes out with a little bit more of a defensive structure on this four and four, as does Montreal. Actually, it is a defensive zone draw, but Canadians controlled, you know, behind the net would liken it. Spins it right point. Weber walks the line, Sherrod spreads it to the left point and angles it off. The end Boards center back in front of Sharon can't get a shot proved as that was blocked by Anthony Cirelli. Cirelli now circles back into his own zone of it and leaves it for Victor Hedman. Never a bad idea had been ahead for pellet. Is it right back to the former Norris Trophy winner and across the line to his defense partner, It's John Rueda Rueda trying to force his way to the corners. Sherrod gives him a rough ride. I think we'll see the big guns on the ice here shortly all Eight players on the ice, all good defensive players. Ever delivered a couple of cross checks to Palat puck sports into the slot..
"anthony cirelli" Discussed on KOMO
"Time consuming. It's It's painful for everybody involved. We don't want to do that, he says. It's the tenants still not answering their phone or the front door who are at risk of infection. Carlene Johnson colonias the Seattle school district will have to provide after school tutoring for special education students who face significant delays getting in person instruction this past school year. The order, issued this month stems from a series of complaints about delayed or denied services and an attorney for families getting involved. Back. In March, We spoke with David Hamer stand whose nine year old son Paxton has autism. The family was struggling to provide at home the instruction that he would typically get at school. We are desperate to get our child back in school. The Seattle school district was one of the late last in the state to bring students back into the classrooms. The delay blamed in large part on negotiations with the teachers union. The state is currently reviewing the cases of 329 kids. To determine who may qualify for the additional after school instruction. Questions are being raised about the man who killed another homeless man in a part next to the King County courthouse. He'd been accused of assaulting another man in the park weeks earlier, but was released from jail after a nonprofit group paid his bail. Almost Matt market, which has been following the events at that crime ridden camp for a year. What we asked for, was this person to be held in jail because we believed he was going to commit another violent act. Folks didn't agree with us, and unfortunately he got out and kill the guy. Prosecutors asked for a $50,000 bail for studio following the wise Gerber assault the judge reduced to 20,000. After that there was a hearing. Where the bill was reduced to $5000 and then a group posted his bail and he was released. Court documents show That group was the Northwest Community Bail fund, which, according to its website, is a non profit. Advocating for bail reform and pays bail for poor people who would otherwise spend pretrial time in jail. That's almost Matt Markovich reporting common whose time 10 10 sheriff's officials say a deputy shot and killed an adult pet chimpanzee named Buck after it attacked a woman in eastern Oregon. The Tri City Herald reports that the chimpanzee had lived with the victim's mother for 17 years in Pendleton. Mattila County Sheriff's Office says the animals started attacking her adult daughter about eight o'clock Sunday morning. Kptv in Portland obtained a recording of the mothers. 911 call. I've locked myself in the basement with her. I can't get out to get my own gun. I'm the patio. You're going to have to do a head shot. The sheriff's office says the animal needed to be put down so they could get her daughter. Medical help. Frank Lindsay GloboNews coming this time 10 10 Beacon Plumbing. Sports Desk Update time. Here's Koesterich Heights. The Mariners began a two game series against the Colorado Rockies. Tonight. They have won four in a row and seven of their last 10 games. First pitches 7 10 AT T Mobile Park, the 12 and to Seattle storm or back home after a week long road trip to host the six and six Washington Mystics at seven o'clock tonight. Right. The MLS leading Sounders have three games over eight days. They beat the L. A Galaxy last Saturday to one. The play again tomorrow night at home against Real Salt Lake Lightning struck quickly last night is going to be played by Anthony Cirelli. The offensive zone. Let's go to stamp stamp goes hold high cycle or in a shot blocker about samples came.
"anthony cirelli" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Keep in mind. The Syriza's even at two games apiece. Davis out with groin injury, It's Game five in Denver, Nuggets and Blazers even at 94, the Blazers Welling from 20 down to get square in this game. They had the lead entering the fourth. The Nets, meantime, wrap up their serious with the Celtics in 51 23 to 1 on nine. James Harden, 34 points. 10 boards, 10 assists as the Big three for Brooklyn combined for 83 points, and they get the Bucks in the second round and defeat. Jason Tatum had a 32 NHL. The Tampa Bay Lightning only had 15 shots on net, but this was one of them turn out, holding onto the pocket front of lightning death. Us behind the gold Left wing. It is Hedman works it to Sara Lee said, are sorely across the blend of step toward this line. Baggage on to another. Why dig has heard of 9 70 W F. L lay, Anthony Cirelli that wound up is your eventual game winners. The Lightning beat the Hurricanes in Raleigh for a second straight game, 2 to 1. They lead at best of seven to old going back to Tampa Baseball. The Phillies bang out 18 hits and scoring. 17 runs tonight, seven home runs and on a 17 3 White Wash off the Reds. The Yankees take the raise in 11 53 Clint Frazier, the walk off to run a home run in the 11th and Fernando tattoos, the ports Padres Cubs game. Went out Wednesday. The Lakers look to take back home court advantage in Game five with the sons will tell you why this Syriza could mean so much for LeBron James Legacy Key Sanjay will in Zubin Wednesday morning on ESPN radio. This'd Freddie and Fitz Simmons, where we have on ESPN Radio and on the ESPN AB. Welcome to the best show on your radio, You know Better Freddie and.
"anthony cirelli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Benn to center ice right when Doriana back for Ben to on one across the blind bat, open, right circle. Great plague by turn back knocked out of his stick. Alexey AC still took a follow up shot that missed wide right for the other way. The middle Cirelli, its center. Bounce it in. Chase, so rallies on it behind that we're gonna center It got taken away by Dennis Doriana. Three out of voters to the red Line and bounces it in. Well, that was a great play by turn acting real good place. Her neck. Has the puck up. Pastor Vasilevskiy. Right wing Storelli lives up to center ice, Fox a chops it back into the lighting. It had been right wing Johnson gets checked, Lind. L will lead Probably. I know. Across the blood I drop pass to flex Asa Lindelof Circle got his pocket picture behind by surreal a good play. Rallies in a traffic jam in the near corner wraps it around the far side Good. Keep box the right point stars hold it in. But Fox is passed to the middle of the ice taken away by Sara Lee. That was a great shift for Anthony Cirelli. Ski to the Red Line here and dump it in. Still no score. The first bar Rabelais after the puck behind that, trying to center it for plot just knocked off his sticks by Fox up. To center ice. It's Blake Comb ol pop it into the lightning at Brayden Point gathers in the lightning far corner around on the near side. Luke shed shed almost fumbled it, but he will clear it. This may be an icy know they're gonna wave it off. He's getting to play it. He could've places earlier. Sorry to have to go in a scoreless first. You're a skin it right When you Lexie, I got center ice. Spins it in. Done of the Air Force of art. The middle. It is boy Coleman. Dallas.
"anthony cirelli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Wing Yanni Gord Across the Panthers line. Left circle shoots wide, right? Even in the right point, foot shoots blocked. Here's Gord. Left Circle. Yanni Gord, five, that cord. Let's go, Lord well swerved to the right corner. Right point foot Left point circuit. Jeff kill circuit. Jeb rattles for Gord behind the net. Has taken away by noon tomorrow. Parkside held in foot, Right circle shot is wide rate. Pressure by the lightning strong and grabs an outlet to tip it to 11 the other way. Right wing Vetrano across the lawn. Right circle shoots save Made rebound is a long, one for circuit champ. Circuit kept just golf. Sit down the ice. Will this be in icing? No, they wave it off. How can you be the last man in your zone in your defenseman? Quite ice zip along burgers down there so vast Lonski plays and around the dear boards, knocking it down Islamic. Oh, right Circle. Right, Blomberg, Right point. Ekblad shoots blocked in front. Admit after that rebound turns it up near board's not out, held in Ekblad right circle, directed by the Lightning net rooted there on the far side, it is sorely Trying to clear he does, but hard in the back. Check. Blomberg. You're right, Chief. I mean, it's Fairly simple game when one team is working harder than the other. Yeah, sake, it's not complicated that way, Great and point out to center ice and Andre plot in the left wing. Possible I left point right circle, Cirelli. Quarter point by then apply. Lot. Lost it to Ekblad. Nice headman feed. Nolan Shari. Charred to the red line. Hangs it in lining down to nothing with 9 43 left in the second. Turn back the other way. Connects with Cirelli across the Panthers line. Right circle. Anthony Cirelli wheels holds connects with point by the death. Go back to surreally, but we're getting a call here. Be coming on. The Panthers will check on this when we were turned to nothing. Florida in the second lane in radio, whether it's 12 miles to the Pee wee football comeback of a lifetime 80 miles to your first hole in one or more like eight shots to the first hole, whether it's 240 back road miles to sleeping under the stars, or just a few blocks to the grocery store. Marathon has the fuel to keep your engine running at peak performance because you never know where life is going to take you for quality fuel through every mile. Philip it marathon. If you've ever been in a vehicle crash, then you know the impact caused by a collision. Now imagine the force of the crash. So great people are killed. My name is Eric. I sat behind the wheel and drove drunk..
"anthony cirelli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"We'll get you set for Tampa Bay and Nashville again. I am Greg Llanelli Tampa Bay one, its fifth consecutive game following that, for one win. Over the national Predators at Bridgestone Arena last night was the start of a four game road trip for the Bolts. The lighting's five game win streak is the longest active win streak in the NHL and their longest of the season, and it's exactly the star Tampa Bay wanted to this shortened season. They're now 81 and one overall and in first place in the Discover Center division. The team is playing well. In all three phases of the game offense. Defense and goaltending have been very good. Especially defensively, The Lightning has given up exactly one goal in each of their last three games. Tampa Bay enters tonight's game leading the NHL for fewest goals allowed per game at 1.90 offense comes and goes, No doubt about that. Letting will always be a threat to score at any time in a game, But it's what they've done defensively that has them poised to make another long run in the playoffs. The lighting's goaltending continues to be the envy of just about every team in the league as well. Typically, we're talking about how great Andrei Vasilevskiy is when he gets a start. Last night, Curtis Macaroni was the Nets. In fact, it was his first start and appearance since March 8th of 2020 That's 11 months. The first two periods weren't that busy for the lightning that minor, but in the third, he made some outstanding saves. A lot of lot of practice time, obviously in the bubble, and now in this season, so you know it's just a matter of getting acclimated as quick as I could. I thought the guys did a tremendous job of helping me out in the first couple periods there, especially. They certainly did. And then things picked up in the third period. You expected Nashville to make a push. They have some skilled players there that needed to get going and boy did they ever and McElhaney really had to make a number of key saves in that third period. And he was asked afterwards if he was surprised Nashville pushed in the third. Yeah, I think it was to be expected. I mean, obviously, we had to nothing lead going into that period. You know, there's kind of a natural tendency to sit back a little bit and watch other team make a bit of a push. And they did that there. They got a couple power plays where he will sneak one by, but overall, I thought we did a tremendous job. I mean, there were some huge blocks You saw the defenseman and everybody else collapsing down and Front of my net there, especially at the end. So Justin, tremendous work from the players in front of me. Yeah, he stopped. 23 of 24 shots earned that win and his season debut was also his first victory since of 43 overtime win at Colorado Back on February. 17th of 2020 And he was just lights out, and I think his teammates really appreciated the effort. Anthony Sara Lee said. McElhaney was great. Mac was unbelievable tonight. You know, just the way he works so hard. He works. You know, we gave some pretty good chance is there in the third? Like you said, Mac was there Bella cell, you know, but that's what does he goes in there, and he's cellar for us each and every time so you know he's kind of our backbone back there and like you said, You know, we have a couple chances there, but he was there to save it for us. Now, speaking of surreally, he certainly came through last night in a big way and allowed Tampa Bay to play with the lead. And both his goals last night coming from tough angles. A point you Shane spins it by the Lightning Met Sara Lee blocks it battling Forsberg and Sara Lee comes up with it. Anthony Cirelli zips it out Turn act, leading the charge to center. When corn Alex corn sneaking his way across the blonde obstacle. So really, what a shot from Anthony Saralee just shut up the net and it's one. Nothing waiting. Thanks it right point, a circuit judge. Circle. It's Sara Lee CenterPoint circuit. Jeff Circuits have walked into the slot shoots a maid rebound. Gordon sorry, Sara Lee on the rebound. It bounced past gorgeous a rally and just like his first goal, he just swatted the puck to the net. Anthony Cirelli is two goals tonight, and it's too nothing lining. He's got points and seven of 10 games so far this year, of course, Dave Michigan and the Hall of Famer Phil Esposito on the call. You can't score if you don't shoot and Sarah Lee doing a nice job of just putting it on Net school, Lauren give him props. On that first school for winning a puck battle. And again we talk about each line. Really, for the lightning having a lot of chemistry. We saw that with Eonni Gord Line along with Blake, Coleman and Barkley. Good row, they were really good. First line's been outstanding and it was great to see Cirelli get to gold last night as well..
"anthony cirelli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Got tossed look like Sara Lee move first, So it's our bits in. It's a rally. Won by our bits of Ryan Ellis, right point Eight point you. Shane spins it by the Lightning net. Sara Lee blocks it battling Forsberg and Sara Lee comes up with Anthony Cirelli zips it out Turn act, leading the charge to center. From corn, Alex corn, sneaking his way across the blonde obstacle. So really, what a shot from Anthony Saralee just shut up the net and it's one. Nothing waiting. Good shot, and I think Rene would like this one back. He should have had this one. I believe. Sara Lee was right against the boards to the right to dasher boards. No one gets it and he just drops it back to Saralee. I mean, she really was deep, too. And I went over the right shoulder. Knuckleball. And into the net. Cirelli is third from chlorine and turn back in the place started with Cirelli winning a pock battle deep I wish to celebrate a little bit more, so we know who scores once in the world. Pretty sure that was Sarah Lee, although cold actually get the assists. Your sister. Good job left wing Matthew Joseph across the blue line left circle shots they made by Rene Revenge is loose Volkov after it left corner. Corner. Matthew Joseph. Goes the protection of the offensive zone. Going to hold it in alleviate done with this fighting. Major wins it for more Viets Key. The left wing Matt Bennett..
Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: Finishes rookie season strong
"You. It's the last day of the regular season in the NHL Tampa Bay and Boston playing the final game of their four game regular season series this afternoon. Tampa Bay has won two of the three previous meetings. This year both wins coming on home ice, the lightning defeated the Bruins five to four in Tampa. The last meeting March twenty fifth Steven stamkos scoring a pair of first period goals in a four point nights and the bolts rallying from a four two deficit entering the third. Anthony, really providing the game winner with fifty three seconds remaining. Tampa Bay is seven two overall including playoffs in its last nine games against Boston. And while other teams are still fighting for playoff spots, the lightning and Bruins are just playing out the regular season. The Bruins know who they'll be playing next week. That'll be the Toronto Maple Leafs. The bruins. Of course, we'll have home-ice advantage in that series for the lightning. They have the number one overall. Seed in the NHL, and they won't know who they play in the first round until the day