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Jan 28, 2023 0 0 0 0
Jan 26, 2023 0 0 0 2
Jan 24, 2023 0 0 0 2 0.5
Jan 21, 2023 1 0 -1 3 2.5
Jan 19, 2023 0 1 0 3 2.5

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2022 35.7511.9 3 8 11 5 16:38
2021 142.58.4 17 26 43 15 18:18
2020 59.56.6 9 13 22 17:44
3y Avg. 114.258.2 14 22 36 14 18:07
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  • Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: Finds back of net Saturday

    Cirelli scored his third goal of the season in Saturday's 6-3 loss to the Flames. The 25-year-old brought Tampa Bay to within a goal with just over four minutes left in the third period by banging in the rebound on a Victor Hedman point shot, but Calgary scored twice into an empty net as the Bolts pushed for an equalizer. Cirelli's production cratered over the last few weeks in December, but he may be coming around in January as he's scored two of his three goals on the season, and four points in total, over the last eight games.
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  • Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: Ends seven-game scoring slump

    Cirelli scored a goal and registered an assist in Tampa Bay's 4-2 loss to Winnipeg on Friday. Cirelli's marker came at 11:48 of the first period and gave Tampa Bay a 1-0 edge. He has two goals and eight points in 15 contests this season. Cirelli had been held off the scoresheet in his previous seven games.
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  • Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: More goals on horizon

    Cirelli has seven points (one goal, six assists) in nine games since his return from injury. Cirelli also has four hits, five blocks and 24 shots while averaging 15:21 in ice time. It's really just a matter of time before he starts tickling the twine a bit more -- his 4.3 shooting percentage is well below his career mark of 13.2. Expect more goals from Cirelli soon.
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  • Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: Two assists in season debut

    Cirelli (shoulder) had two assists in his season debut Saturday in a 4-3 overtime win over the Maple Leafs. He played 12:45. Cirelli returned on the third line and his presence immediately created a balance across the Bolts' lines that they haven't had this season. Expect him to be eased into ice time and responsibility as he gets up to speed after offseason shoulder surgery.
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  • Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: Makes season debut Saturday

    Cirelli (shoulder) will make his season debut against Toronto on Saturday, Chris Krenn of the Lightning's official site reports. Coach Jon Cooper confirmed that Cooper will play Saturday. He is expected to see third-line action between Vladislav Namestnikov and Ross Colton. Cirelli had 17 goals and 43 points in 76 games last season.
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  • Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: Close to return

    Cirelli (shoulder) is close to a return, according to Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com. Cirelli has been out of action all season, but could be activated before Saturday's tilt against the Maple Leafs. Cirelli is on long-term injured reserve and the Lightning made a move Friday by putting Philippe Myers on waivers, in order to clear some salary cap room. Cirelli had 17 goals and 43 points in 76 games last season, including three goals and eight points on the power play.
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  • Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: Still weeks away

    Cirelli (shoulder) took part in Monday's practice but remains weeks away from a possible return to the lineup, Gabby Shirley of Bally Sports Florida reports. Cirelli still hasn't been cleared for contact, and his timetable remains unchanged. He could be available to play in late November following shoulder surgery in July.
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  • Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: Shifts to LTIR

    Cirelli (shoulder) was transferred to long-term injured reserve Tuesday, per CapFriendly. Cirelli will be out until late November, so this move allows the Lightning to gain some cap flexibility. The 25-year-old underwent shoulder surgery in July. Once he returns, he should fill a middle-six role.
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  • Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: On the ice but not near return

    Cirelli (shoulder) was on the ice Thursday at training camp working on skills, reports the Tampa Bay Times. Cirelli is not expected to rejoin the team until late November and was in the red non-contact jersey. But he did look sharp skating and shooting, and he was working on skills that he wasn't able to do over the summer because of rehabilitation.
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  • Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: Signs eight-year extension

    Cirelli (shoulder) signed an eight-year, $50 million contract extension with the Lightning on Wednesday. Cirelli drew into 76 regular-season games in 2021-22, picking up 17 goals and 43 points before adding eight points through 23 playoff contests. The 24-year-old pivot should continue to post 15-plus goals and around 45 points on a yearly basis for most, if not all of the duration of his new contract.
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  • Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: Undergoes surgery Tuesday

    Cirelli (shoulder) underwent surgery Tuesday to repair the AC joint sprain he suffered during the playoffs, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports. Cirelli remains without a clear timeline to return, making his status for September's training camp uncertain. Once the center is cleared to play, he'll likely slot into a middle-six role, but fantasy managers should account for the possibility that he'll miss time early in the year as he finishes his recovery.
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  • Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: Will require surgery

    Cirelli suffered an AC joint sprain during the playoffs, which will require surgery, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports. The Lightning have yet to release an expected timetable for Cirelli's recovery, so at this point it isn't clear if he'll be ready in time for training camp in September. The 24-year-old forward tallied 17 goals and 43 points through 76 regular-season appearances before adding three goals and eight points through 23 playoff contests this year.
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  • Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: Expected to play

    Cirelli (arm) is on the ice for warmups and is on track to play in Friday's Game 5 versus the Lightning, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports. Cirelli finished Game 4 despite appearing to take a skate to the arm in the second period. The 24-year-old looks ready to continue toughing it out in a second-line role, barring a late scratch from the lineup.
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  • Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: Status uncertain

    Cirelli's status for Game 5 against Colorado on Friday is uncertain according to coach Jon Cooper after the 24-year-old center suffered an arm injury in Game 4, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports. Cirelli was able to finish the game and logged 23:53 of ice time in which he scored a goal on five shots. If Cirelli is unable to play in Friday's Game 5, he would almost certainly be replaced by Nick Paul on the second line, though that would likely depend on the availability of Brayden Point (undisclosed).
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  • Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: Scores again in Game 4 loss

    Cirelli scored a goal on five shots in Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Avalanche. Cirelli buried a rebound to open the scoring just 36 seconds into the game. The 24-year-old center has now scored in consecutive games after going 13 straight contests without a tally. Cirelli now has three goals and five assists through 21 playoff games. He'll look to get on the scoresheet again Friday as the Lightning try to avoid elimination in Game 5.
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  • Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: Lights lamp Monday

    Cirelli scored a goal on two shots, doled out four hits and blocked two shots in Monday's 6-2 win over the Avalanche in Game 3. Cirelli has picked up two points in three games against the Avalanche, an uptick in scoring after he went without a point in the last four games of the Eastern Conference Finals. The 24-year-old center continues to play a steady two-way game on the second line. He's up to two goals, five helpers, 37 shots on net, 65 hits, 20 blocked shots and a minus-1 rating in 20 playoff outings.
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  • Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: Registers assist

    Cirelli logged an assist, two shots on goal and two PIM in Wednesday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Avalanche in Game 1. Cirelli had a four-game point drought entering Wednesday, but he snapped it by assisting on a Mikhail Sergachev tally. The 24-year-old Cirelli has served as more of a shutdown center in these playoffs, posting six points, 34 shots on net, 55 hits and an even plus-minus rating in 18 contests overall. He'll likely see a lot of the Nathan MacKinnon line, so Cirelli shouldn't be counted on for a significant uptick in offense as the Lightning try for a three-peat.
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  • Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: Two helpers in Game 1 loss

    Cirelli picked up two assists in Wednesday's 6-2 loss to the Rangers in Game 1. Cirelli assisted on both of Tampa Bay's goals in the contest, giving him three helpers in his last two games following a four-game scoring drought. The 24-year-old center has had a quiet postseason offensively with just one goal and three assists, but he's provided a physical presence with 46 hits and 15 blocked shots. Cirelli should continue to play an expanded role for the Bolts while Brayden Point (leg) remains sidelined.
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  • Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: Focusing on checking not scoring

    Cirelli delivered four blocks and three hits in Saturday's 2-1 win over Toronto in Game 7 of their Eastern Conference First Round series. Cirelli isn't focused on points this postseason -- he has one goal in seven playoff games. But he is a Selke-worthy performer whose value is measured in the weight of the wet blanket he lays on the opponent's best player.
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  • Lightning's Anthony Cirelli: Expected back Tuesday

    Cirelli (undisclosed) is slated to rejoin the lineup versus Columbus on Tuesday, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports. Cirelli will step back into his third-line center role with his undisclosed injury behind him. The 24-year-old Ontario native needs just three more points to top the career-high 44 he put up back in 2019-20. With a trio of contests remaining in the regular season, Cirelli still has an outside shot of reaching the 20-goal threshold for the first time in his five-year NHL career, as well.
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