Lightning Strikes (Cristodero)
Updated: 21 hours 33 min ago
Former Lightning wing Ryan Malone got the second chance he was looking for Thursday, signing a one-year, two-way deal with the Rangers. His NHL salary is $700,000, his AHL salary $100,000.
The NHL announced several new rule changes for this upcoming season, including outlawing the spin-o-rama move for shootouts and penalty shots. Other changes, per the league:
Lightning announced Wednesday that its Fan Fest will be held Sept. 27 at Amalie Arena.
Lightning forward prospect Adam Erne arrived Tuesday and participated in the informal skate/scrimmage with his teammates.
For Jonathan Drouin, he says one year makes a really big difference. You can see it in his build, the 19-year-old rookie wing arriving in tremendous shape, a product of his six-days-a-week summer workouts in Montreal. For Jonathan Drouin, he says one year makes a really big difference.
The Lightning is already loaded at the goaltender position, but will have another one in training camp, as former first-round pick Leland Irving is coming on a tryout invite, according to general manager Steve Yzerman.
It looks like former Lightning wing Ryan Malone may get a second chance. Malone, 34, bought out by Tampa Bay in June, joined the Rangers in their informal workouts today, with plans for contract talks to begin this week. It looks like former Lightning wing Ryan Malone may get a second chance.
There wasn't room for much fun this summer for Lightning goaltender Ben Bishop, who has been rehabbing from April right wrist surgery.