Bishop-Hedman collision leaves Bolts reeling

by Gary Shelton on June 14, 2015 · 3 comments

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Bishop returned to action, but a collision ruined his evening./ANDREW J. KRAMER

Bishop returned to action, but a collision ruined his evening/ANDREW J. KRAMER

Sunday, 12:37 a.m.


All in all, it had been a tough enough week for Ben Bishop.

First of all, there was the mysterious injury. Then there was the constant game of dodge-the-question about when he would be able to play next. There were, of course, the experienced Blackhawks.

And suddenly, there was teammate Victor Hedman, streaming toward

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Richard Kinning June 14, 2015 at 11:23 am

Team sure looks fatigued. Tyler Johson is just going through the motions, no real energy. Stamkos would rather be behind the goal than in front of it between the faceoff circles, and Stralman continues to make bad decisions that take him out of the play. Play in the defensive end has been horrific at times and forecheck has been silent as well. The team looks to be ready for golf.


Richard Kinning June 14, 2015 at 11:37 am

Bishops stroll into Hedman cost the lightning the game.


Bill Myers June 14, 2015 at 7:52 am

I’m not worried ! Destiny will put the Cup in the Lightning’s hands in game 7. It will happen in Amalie Arena like it was supposed to! GO BOLTS! WE BELIEVE!


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