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Tyler Johnson’s eight-year tenure with the Tampa Bay Lightning has apparently ended on a high note.
Spokane native Tyler Johnson has the reputation as a winner – and rightfully so.
EDMONTON, Alberta – Joe Pavelski and Corey Perry don’t want to leave the bubble just yet.
It’s been 10 years since Dustin Donaghy and Tyler Johnson skated together for the Spokane Chiefs, and another two years since they won a Memorial Cup together as Western Hockey League rookies back in 2008.
Before the National Hockey League season came to a screeching halt last month, Tyler Johnson was a versatile center for the Tampa Bay Lightning.
The most valuable player of the Showcase celebrity golf tournament has been the money – over $13 million raised for the Community Cancer Fund.
Tyler Johnson is not going out of his way to avoid watching the Stanley Cup Final, but he’s not exactly building his day around them, either. “After a long season, you kinda wanna get your mind away from hockey,” he said. “If it’s on TV I’ll pay attention.”
It was a special night one year ago today for hockey fans and followers in Spokane.
Ex-NFL stars dotted the celebrity lineup, but for the third straight year, an ex-NHL sensation took home the tournament’s plaid jacket.
The Showcase officially turns five years old next week and the celebrity-driven cancer fundraiser has grown up in a hurry. The event is back with another impressive list of celebrities, including newcomers such as Roger Clemens, Jim McMahon, Eric Dickerson and Marcus Allen, and returnees like Ryan Longwell, Shane Victorino, Bruce Bowen and Fred McGriff.
A decade before starring at Fresno State and signing a $60 million contact with the Miami Heat, Johnson attended Spokane’s Hamblen, Adams and Sunrise elementary schools as his mother, Jennifer Johnson, worked in aviation resource management at Fairchild Air Force Base.
Spokane Indians first-year manager Kenny Holmberg grew near Tampa, Florida, swiftly becoming a fan of the city's NHL team, the Tampa Bay Lighting.
The Tampa Bay Lightning have been just as resilient in the Stanley Cup playoffs as they’ve been all season.
With a flight to catch and another loss to digest, Tyler Johnson and the Tampa Bay Lightning hustled through their postgame routine in the visitors’ locker room Saturday at the Xcel Energy Center.
Tyler Johnson had three goals, Jake Dotchin scored a tiebreaking goal midway through the third period, and the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Carolina Hurricanes 5-4. Tampa Bay also got a goal from Victor Hedman, and Brayden Point had three assists. Justin Faulk, Elias Lindholm, Brock McGinn and Sebastian Aho scored for the Hurricanes.
Former Spokane Chiefs player Tyler Johnson scored twice, Andre Vasilevskiy stopped 21 shots for his ninth career shutout and the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 5-0 on Sunday night in Columbus, Ohio.
At the Spokane Arena on Thursday was the indescribable, but instantly recognizable, sound of skates cutting ice and the occasional crashing of players into the boards as the first day of Spokane Chiefs training camp kicked off with its initial training camp scrimmage.