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How Could Blake Coleman Fit Into the Dallas Stars’ Plans Next Season?

The less teams there are to compete, the louder the indistinct chatter is from the golfing clubs. Throw expansion into the mix, and we’re talking a lot of clenched masks and nervous gulps. Do the Colorado Avalanche, who already had Erik Johnson waive his no-move clause to talk to other teams, part ways with their long-time captain, Gabriel Landeskog? What does Boston do with their barracks full of UFA/RFA’s? Who’s gonna win the Jack Eichel sweepstakes?
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Lightning's Blake Coleman: Helps out on game-winner

Coleman registered an assist, two PIM and five hits in Sunday's 2-1 win over the Hurricanes in Game 1. Coleman found Barclay Goodrow, who struck for the go-ahead goal in the third period from a sharp angle. Through seven playoff outings, Coleman has a goal and three assists. He's added 26 hits, 12 shots on net and 10 PIM as a physical presence on the third line with the ability to chip in some scoring depth.

Lightning's Blake Coleman: Tallies while shorthanded

Coleman scored a shorthanded goal on two shots, blocked two shots and added four PIM in Sunday's 5-4 win over the Panthers in Game 1. Coleman opened the scoring with a shorthanded marker at 7:42 of the first period. The 29-year-old forward put up 14 goals and 31 points in 55 regular-season contests. He'll likely work on the third line in the playoffs, but he can bring a scoring touch and physicality despite potentially limited minutes.

Player of the Week: Blake Coleman

Blake Coleman led the team in scoring last week, as the Lightning went 3-0-1 and clinched a playoff berth. Coleman began the week with a goal and an assist in the win over the Blackhawks on Tuesday that clinched Tampa Bay a playoff spot. He picked up the secondary assist on Yanni Gourde's first period goal and one-timed home a drop feed from Tyler Johnson in the second period to extend the Lightning's lead to three.

Blake Coleman strikes in Lightning win

There was only one game in the NHL on Sunday (there are 14 on Monday so this is a short reprieve) as the Tampa Bay Lightning travelled to Detroit to take on the Red Wings. Last season the Lightning were the best team in the NHL, winning the Stanley Cup, while Detroit was the worst team with a 17-49-5 record, good for 39 points, 23 points behind the second-worst team in the NHL, the Ottawa Senators.
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Blake Coleman leads Lightning to 2-1 win in Detroit

EditorsNote: 7th graf, add ‘for’ before ‘his sixth goal’. Blake Coleman tallied a goal and an assist and goaltender Christopher Gibson won for the first time in more than three years as the Tampa Bay Lightning claimed a 2-1 road win over the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday afternoon. Mikhail...

Lightning's Blake Coleman: Shines in road win

Coleman registered a goal and an assist and led all players with seven shots in Sunday's 2-1 win over Detroit. He also logged two hits and a plus-2 rating. Coleman broke the ice just 16 seconds into the game, converting a Barclay Goodrow centering feed for his 13th goal of the year. He later drew an assist on Mikhail Sergachev's tally 1:09 into the middle frame. This was Coleman's third multi-point effort in the last six contests. Coleman was an impactful trade-deadline acquisition last season for the Lightning, and he's turned in a productive first full year with Tampa Bay, amassing 29 points and 33 PIM with a plus-15 rating in 51 games.

Lightning's Blake Coleman: Goal and assist in Tuesday's win

Coleman scored a goal on two shots, dished an assist and added a pair of hits in Tuesday's 7-4 win over the Blackhawks. Coleman had a hand in Yanni Gourde's first-period tally before scoring one of his own in the second. The 29-year-old Coleman's goal stood as the game-winner, his third such goal of the season. He's up to 26 points, 100 shots on net, 88 hits, 31 PIM and a plus-12 rating through 48 appearances.
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Blake Coleman

Blake Coleman, 72, passed away peacefully on March 12, 2021. His wife Theresa, daughter Dawn, and daughter’s partner Sean, were all with him when he took his final breath. Anyone who knew Blake, whether for only a moment or all of his 72 years will describe him first as kind. Blake never met a stranger and loved stopping to chat with neighbors and calling up old friends. Blake also loved reading, learning new skills, and visiting the beautiful parks across America. He spent the years before he met his wife Theresa, ranging cattle in Arizona, and his other favorite jobs included sea kayak instructor for REI and costumed interpreter for Forestville State Historic Site. His most appreciated work was that of dad to his daughter Dawn.
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Blake Coleman, Lightning use four-goal period to top Jackets

Blake Coleman tallied a goal and two assists in Tampa Bay’s four-goal, first-period outburst as the Lightning handled the host Columbus Blue Jackets 6-4 on Thursday night. Having won just twice in their previous seven games, the Lightning opened fast with markers from Coleman, Steven Stamkos and Barclay Goodrow inside the first six minutes.

Lightning's Blake Coleman: Dominant game for third line

Coleman scored a goal and added two assists Thursday in a 6-4 win over Columbus. Coleman snapped a five-game point drought with the outburst. He, Barclay Goodrow and Yanni Gourde were a line on fire Thursday with two goals and eight assists, adding speed and grit in a commanding victory.

Lightning's Blake Coleman: Four points in last three games

Coleman had a goal and an assist in Saturday's 6-3 win over Nashville. Coleman is a solid secondary scorer with four points in his last three games and 13 (six goals, seven assists) in 25 contests this season. That pace would be the best of his career, but his value remains restricted. Coleman only rarely gets power play-time. Still, he's warm right now and that might help you short term if you've been hit with injuries.