NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs
Archived category of old Playoff related posts. Do not use again.
It ain’t pretty.
The first time Tampa Bay has lost three games in a row all season now has them on the brink of a historic collapse.
The Lightning are aiming to overcome a 0-2 deficit
Talent doesn’t beat hard work when talent doesn’t work hard.
The coaches in Tampa have lots of options on the blue line.
No, the world has not ended.
A dominant first period couldn’t bolster Tampa Bay’s lackluster second and third periods.
The next phase of the journey starts tonight.
Two teams with lots at stake meet in the opening round.
We’re back at home for the biggest game of the season.
The 2018 Lightning aren’t the 2016 Lightning. And the 2018 Caps aren’t the 2016 Pens.
Braden Holtby shines for the Capitals as T.J. Oshie and Devante Smith-Pelly score to lead Washington to a Game 6 victory
Tampa has historically been tres merde in Game Six.
The winner pushes the loser to the brink.
But it was a far from perfect effort.
The Russian netminder stopped 36 shots as Alex Killorn scored the game winner to send the series back to Tampa tied at two.
We want more home games.
But they still have some things to do to play even better in game four.
It’s a seven-game series.
I don’t even know what to say, but I’ll try anyway.
New round, New rivalry.
This post-season, Senior Columnist Clark Brooks will take the pulse of Raw Charge nation with a weekly poll about current or future events and non-happenings, for the sake of accomplishing not much, probably.
With the unfortunate elimination of the Syracuse Crunch from the playoffs, many players will be reporting to Tampa.
Two teams with a surplus of skill.
How exciting! Or terrifying! We’re about to find out.
Charged Up: A Raw Charge Podcast, Episode 24 - Tampa Bay Lightning topple a bear and move to Round 3
Geo joins the podcast once again to discuss how round two went for the Lightning and what we can expect in the Eastern Conference Final.