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Lightning's Taylor Raddysh: Nets first NHL goal
Raddysh scored his first NHL goal Saturday in a 3-2 overtime win over Boston.
Mikhail Sergachev fed Raddysh while on the PK and the rookie finished with a slick little backhand move past Jeremy Swayman. He had a strong outing with three shots, one hit and one blocked shot in 13:43. The pride of Caledon, Ontario has been toiling in the Bolts' bottom six and doesn't offer much fantasy value. But it was a night that will be remembered forever by Raddysh and his family.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Taylor Raddysh: First multi-point game
Raddysh dished out a pair of helpers in Tuesday's 4-3 shootout loss to St. Louis.
Raddysh assisted on first-period goals by Anthony Cirelli and Erik Cernak. He came into this one with only one assist through 19 games, so expectations should remain tempered for the 23-year-old rookie, though this was the best performance of Raddysh's young career.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Taylor Raddysh: Inks three-year pact
Raddysh signed a three-year, $2.275 million contract with the Lightning on Saturday.
Raddysh will add cheap depth with an annual salary of just $758,333. The 23-year-old winger is yet to make an appearance at the NHL level, but Raddysh exhibited some scoring touch with AHL Syracuse last season, totaling 12 goals and 29 points in 27 games.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Taylor Raddysh: Receives callup
Raddysh was promoted to the active roster Wednesday, per CapFriendly.
Raddysh appears set to act as forward depth for the Lightning during the playoffs. He racked up 12 goals and 17 assists in 27 contests with AHL Syracuse this season, ranking second on the team in points.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Taylor Raddysh: Back to bus league
Raddysh was reassigned to AHL Syracuse on Friday.
Raddysh has yet to make his NHL debut, but he's picked up five points in nine AHL appearances this year.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Taylor Raddysh: Up from AHL
Raddysh was recalled from AHL Syracuse to the taxi squad Saturday.
Raddysh has posted five points through nine AHL games. The 23-year-old has yet to make his NHL debut. He'll add depth at forward after the Lightning traded Alexander Volkov to the Ducks.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Taylor Raddysh: Headed to AHL affiliate
Raddysh was assigned to AHL Syracuse on Friday.
Raddysh has yet to make his NHL debut, but he's been solid during his time in the minors this season, having picked up five points through nine games.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Taylor Raddysh: Won't debut after all
Raddysh is still on Tampa Bay's taxi squad and won't make his NHL debut Saturday against Nashville, Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com reports.
The Lightning will go with 11 forwards and seven defensemen rather than plugging Raddysh in on the fourth line Saturday. The 2016 second-round pick will hope to be elevated to the active roster ahead of Monday's rematch with the Predators.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Taylor Raddysh: Expected to make NHL debut
Raddysh is in line to be promoted to Tampa Bay's active roster and make his NHL debut Saturday against Nashville, NHL.com reports.
Raddysh is expected to skate on the Lightning's fourth line Saturday. The 2016 second-round pick has picked up two goals and five points through nine AHL appearances this season.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Taylor Raddysh: Ascends to taxi squad
Raddysh was recalled from AHL Syracuse to the taxi squad Monday.
Raddysh has produced two goals and three assists across nine AHL games this season. The 2016 second-round pick has yet to make his NHL debut, but he'll have an opportunity to practice and travel with the Lightning while on the taxi squad.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Taylor Raddysh: Third year in AHL may be charm
Raddysh was reassigned to the Syracuse Crunch of the AHL on Monday.
Raddyish won't ever be the high-end scorer he was in junior. And he needs to show that last year -- his second in the AHL -- wasn't a step backward for his game. Raddysh went from a 46-point, plus-14 rookie season to a 35-point, minus-13 campaign. The talent is there and he's just 22, so there's still time for him to become a third-line NHLer.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Taylor Raddysh: Heads back to junior
Raddysh has been reassigned to his junior team, OHL Erie, where he racked up 42 goals and 109 points in 58 games last season.
It's not really a surprise, as the Bolts are loaded up front and Raddysh needs to develop his game more. He could be off-the-charts dominant in Erie this season.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Taylor Raddysh: Signs entry-level contract
Raddysh signed a three-year, entry-level deal with the Lightning on Monday, Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
The winger posted a crazy 109 points in 58 games while leading OHL Erie this season, which is the type of offensive prowess the Bolts are hoping translates to success at the professional level.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Taylor Raddysh: Leads Erie to OHL Championship
Raddysh picked up a hat trick to lead OHL Erie to a 4-3 win over Mississauga and the OHL Championship on Friday.
Raddysh tied the game with 1:15 remaining in regulation before fellow Tampa prospect Anthony Cirelli won the game on the power play less than three minutes into overtime. Erie joins QMJHL champion Saint John and host Windsor in the Memorial Cup Championship. Regina and Seattle are still battling for the WHL Championship and the final berth in the tournament. As for Raddysh, after posting 109 points in 58 regular-season games, he has continued his dominance to the tune of 12 goals and 31 points in 22 playoff contests thus far.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Taylor Raddysh: Ties Canadian WJC record with four goals Thursday
Raddysh racked up four goals and added an assist in Canada's 10-2 win over Latvia at the 2017 World Junior Championship on Thursday in Toronto.
Raddysh joined Brayden Schenn (2010), Simon Gagne (1999) and Mario Lemieux (1983) as the only Canadian players to score four goals in a game at the World Juniors. He also had a game-high six shots on goal despite the fact he played just 11:21 in the lopsided contest. Raddysh led the OHL in scoring with 61 points in 28 games when he left for Team Canada's training camp just over three weeks ago.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Taylor Raddysh: Leads OHL in scoring
Raddysh leads the OHL in scoring with 39 points in 15 games this season.
He's a hard worker on and off the ice, and it's paying off. Raddych's skating is below average and that will be the rate-limiting factor on his NHL future. But his offensive game is superb, his hockey sense is high and he's willing to play any role. There will be a role for Raddych in the NHL and who knows -- he might be a real weapon in tight on the power play.... See More ... See Less
Lightning's Taylor Raddysh: Posts three points in OHL season debut Saturday
Raddysh picked up a goal and a pair of helpers in OHL Erie's 6-1 win over Kingston on Saturday.
There is plenty of concern that Raddysh's point production will drop this season with former teammate Dylan Strome almost certainly spending this season in the NHL with Arizona, but he looked just fine in his season debut on Saturday. Raddysh remains a risk moving forward because he is a poor skater, but he is also a big body who excels at carving out space in the offensive zone. Raddysh was a second-round pick of the Lightning (58th overall) this past summer.... See More ... See Less
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|Birthplace: Caledon, ON|