Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Washington Capitals by Isabelle Khurshudyan, Samantha Pell, Scott Allen and Neil Greenberg by Isabelle Khurshudyan, Samantha Pell, Scott Allen and Neil Greenberg Email the author May 15 at 8:43 PM Email the author Tampa came out aggressively in Game 3. (Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post) Eastern Conference finals: Game 3 Washington Capitals vs. Tampa Bay Lightning Series: Capitals lead 2-0 Tuesday, Capital One Arena, 8 p.m. ET | TV: NBCSN • The Lightning stuck first on a power-play goal from Steven Stamkos. (Read more) • The Capitals will once again be without top center Nicklas Backstrom, who has a … [Read more...] about Lightning-Capitals Game 3: Steven Stamkos gives Tampa 1-0 lead with power-play goal
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TAMPA — The Lightning so dominated the second period Saturday that the Devils had more penalties (five) than shots on goal (four), and yet Tampa Bay was unable to build on a 1-0 lead as they sought to clinch the opening-round series.Nowhere was there more potential frustration than the power play -— they had four in a span of eight minutes, 21 seconds of the second, then a fifth as the third began. But the Lightning stayed patient, focusing on the way they were controlling the game, if not the scoreboard."Persistence, patience, not getting frustrated," said Ryan Callahan, who returned for the first time since sustaining an upper-body injury in Game 2, and got an empty-net goal with 1.7 seconds remaining to seal the win.The power plays came in quick succession in the second period — the second just five seconds after the first ended, the fourth just 14 seconds after the third. Lightning coach Jon Cooper said while they didn't result in any goals, they took New Jersey … [Read more...] about Lightning stays patient, even through 0-for-5 power-play drought
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest In power play, Ducey vetoes House bills and calls for passage of his teacher pay plan It was a stark illustration of how far apart Ducey and lawmakers were on the governor's plan to increase teacher pay over the next three years. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Subscribe Today Log In Subscribed, but don't have a login? Register your digital access. Ryan Randazzo and Richard Ruelas, The Republic | azcentral.com Published 5:52 p.m. MT April 20, 2018 CLOSE The Republic's politics team discuss the #RedForEd movement, Ducey sending guardsmen to the border and a recording about school vouchers that is … [Read more...] about In power play, Ducey vetoes House bills and calls for passage of his teacher pay plan
Special teams can make or break a playoff series, and the Devils are still looking for better results from their penalty kill. Entering Game 4 against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Wednesday at Prudential Center, the Devils will aim to contain a Lightning power play that has wreaked havoc through the first three games of the series. "It's just understanding what our net-coverage sort outs are going to be, and having the awareness that they do a good job of getting pucks into the high tip," coach John Hynes said. "They get pucks to the blue paint quick. Lots of times they're off broken plays." Those broken plays have led to some grade-A chances for the Lightning, who are 5-for-9 in the series on the power play. Alex Killorn has been a particularly sharp thorn in the Devils' paw, scoring three power-play goals right in front of the net. Devils' Game 4 lineup Like any opponent, the Devils have studied plenty of tape on Tampa's power play. But being just a bit late or out … [Read more...] about What makes Lightning’s power play so tough on Devils’ penalty kill?
MY COLLEAGUES this morning show the power of our huge investment in policy reporting, with a POLITICO Pro Special Report, “Obama’s Power Play,” delving into the sweeping impact of the administration’s regulatory agenda and executive action. We’ve posted separate stories for each of the 10 POLITICO Pro policy areas, plus Stephanie Simon sums up the findings: “An in-depth examination of the administration’s actions and plans, agency by agency, regulation by regulation, reveals an executive power play that’s broad and bold — and intensely ambitious. Far more than he let on in the State of the Union, the president has marshaled the tools of his office to advance policies, many unabashedly liberal, that push deep into everyday life for tens of millions of Americans. He wants to change how power plants operate. And what we buy for lunch. How we travel to work. And how our kids learn math. How our gasoline is formulated. How we light our … [Read more...] about OBAMA’S POWER PLAY: Agency-by-agency impact of regulations, executive action — CONFESSIONS OF A TSA AGENT: Confiscating champagne from a paraplegic Marine on way home from Afghanistan