Jeff Tambellini

LW / Tampa Bay Lightning / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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    • Lightning Ink Tambellini to One-Year Deal

      News: Jeff Tambellini signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Lightning on Sunday.
      Analysis: Jeff Tambellini spent the past five seasons playing in Switzerland, but has decided to attempt a comeback at the age of 31. He's played in 242 career NHL games, tallying 63 points and 27 goals. In his 2010-11 season with the Canucks, Tambellini recorded 113 hits, also posting nine goals and eight assists with the club over 62 games. He'll attempt to make the roster out of training camp, but could end up in the minors if he doesn't make the cut.
    • Tambellini Leaves For Europe

      News: Tambellini has left the Canucks to play for Zurich of the Swiss League, according to The Vancouver Province. He signed a three-year deal.
      Analysis: The Canucks lose yet another role player from their Western Conference championship squad. Tambellini finished tied for fifth on the team with 113 hits last season, while posting nine goals and eight assists over 62 games.
    • Canucks' Tambellini Expected To Hit Open Market

      News: The Canucks are expected to let Tambellini hit the open market when free agency opens Friday, the Vancouver Sun reports.
      Analysis: Tambellini totaled 17 points (9 G, 8 A) in 62 appearances with the Canucks last season. There's still a chance he returns to Vancouver, but the Canucks appear likely to explore other options for their bottom six before bringing back retreads.
    • Canucks' Tambellini Gets Game 7 Call

      News: Tambellini will suit up for Wednesday's Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final, according to the Canucks' official Twitter page.
      Analysis: Tambellini's exact role Wednesday is uncertain, but he'll help fill the void created by the injury to Mason Raymond.
    • Opportunity Knocks For Canucks' Tambellini

      News: With Mason Raymond injured, Tambellini figures to suit up for Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final, the Associated Press reports.
      Analysis: Moreover, Tambellini could see work on the team's second line, where his speed could be an asset to the injury-sapped Canucks' player ranks.
    • Canucks' Tambellini Returns To Lineup

      News: As expected, Tambellini skated with the fourth line in Wednesday's 7-3 win over the Sharks.
      Analysis: He finished minus-1 in seven minutes of ice time. The Canucks' fourth line sees limited action, so don't expect much production from Tambellini if he sticks in the lineup.
    • Canucks' Tambellini Expected To Return To Lineup

      News: Tambellini is expected to play in Wednesday's Game 2 matchup against the Sharks, the Vancouver Province reports.
      Analysis: Tambellini has appeared in just one game this postseason, but he appears poised to join Cody Hodgson and Victor Oreskovich on the Canucks' fourth line Wednesday night. His playing time will be limited, so don't expect much production from the 27-year-old winger.
    • Canucks' Tambellini Returning To Action Wednesday

      News: Tambellini, who was a healthy scratch Tuesday night, is expected to return to action Wednesday against the Coyotes, the Vancouver Province reports.
      Analysis: He will fill in on the fourth line for Aaron Volpatti, who suffered a rib injury Tuesday night. Tambellini will see a slight boost in value while Volpatti is out, but his long-term outlook isn't very bright.
    • Canucks' Tabellini Likely Demoted

      News: Tambellini will likely drop to the fourth line for Thursday's game against the Rangers, according to
      Analysis: Assuming this is the case, he'll be on the bottom line with Tanner Glass and Aaron Volpatti. If that's not enough to encourage you to put Tambellini on your bench for a bit, remember he's pointless in seven straight games.
    • Tambellini Scores In Vancouver Win

      News: Tambellini scored on a hard-working goal in the Canucks' 5-4 shootout win over visiting Anaheim on Wednesday.
      Analysis: Tambellini also had a solid re-direct that just went wide, and simply looks ready to play everytime he jumps over the boards. With nine points (5G, 4A) in 12 games and skating with some offensive linemates, Tambellini makes for a good add in deeper leagues.
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