Killorn scored a goal and added two PIM in Friday's 5-2 win over the Blackhawks.
Killorn had a pair of helpers in the season-opening win over the Blackhawks on Wednesday, but it was his turn to score Friday. He provided the Lightning's second goal of the contest and now has three points and five shots on goal through two outings. Killorn will likely skate alongside Anthony Cirelli and Tyler Johnson, who had the assists on his goal, to begin the 2020-21 campaign.
Killorn dished out two assists and took three shots in Wednesday's 5-1 win over the Blackhawks.
Killorn's line with Anthony Cirelli and Mathieu Joseph showed instant chemistry, as both of Killorn's linemates lit the lamp in the opening period while the veteran winger notched an assist on each goal. While he'll be hard-pressed to match last season's 20.0 shooting percentage, Killorn should continue to mark the scoresheet with regularity while skating on Tampa Bay's second line and top power-play unit.
Killorn scored a goal and added a power-play assist in Friday's 5-4 overtime win over the Stars.
Killorn gave the Lightning their first lead of the game at 6:41 of the third period. He also assisted on the second of Brayden Point's tallies. Killorn is up to five goals, 10 points, 50 hits, 35 shots on net and 27 PIM in 22 playoff outings.
Killorn (suspension) had one shot and three hits in Sunday's 4-1 win over the Islanders in Game 4.
Killorn had to sit out in Game 3 after being suspended for a hit on New York's Brock Nelson the previous game. Killorn received 18:17 of ice time in his return but didn't have much of a statistical impact. The 30-year-old has four goals and three assists in 16 playoff games after a 24-goal regular season.
Killorn will be available for Sunday's Game 4 versus the Islanders after serving his one-game suspension.
Killorn was handed a one-game suspension for boarding the Islanders' Brock Nelson in Game 2, but he'll be back in the lineup with a chance to go up 3-1 in the series. The veteran center has been otherwise quiet lately, going pointless in eight of the last nine games.
Killorn has been suspended for Friday's Game 3 for boarding the Islanders' Brock Nelson during Wednesday's Game 2 win.
Killorn has averaged 19:00 minutes of ice time through 15 games this postseason, so it'll be a tall task to find a suitable replacement for the 30-year-old forward for Game 3. Barclay Goodrow and Blake Coleman are the leading candidates to replace Killorn on Tampa Bay's second line for Friday's contest.
Killorn will have a hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety on Thursday for boarding the Islanders' Brock Nelson during Wednesday's Game 2 win over New York.
Killorn was assessed a major penalty as well as a game misconduct for his hit on Nelson, which occurred less than six minutes into the first period of Wednesday's contest. In other words, Killorn has more or less already missed a game for his hit on Nelson, which will undoubtedly factor into the Department of Player Safety's decision on whether he should be levied a fine or a suspension. The DOPS' decision will be announced prior to puck drop for Game 3 on Friday.
Killorn produced two goals and an assist Wednesday in a 7-1 victory over the Bruins in Game 3. He also had a team-leading six hits and added four shots.
Killorn fended off a cross-check to the back and knocked home a loose puck on the power play, giving the Lightning a 4-1 lead in the second period. He added his second of the game with a rebound tally later in the frame. Killorn also set up a Brayden Point breakaway goal. His three-point night put an end to a four-game scoring drought.
Killorn scored a goal on three shots and doled out three hits in a 3-2 win over Columbus in Game 3 on Saturday.
Killorn broke a scoreless deadlock late in the first period on a 2-on-1 rush. Killorn, leading the rush, caught Columbus goaltender Joonas Korpisalo cheating in anticipation of a cross-crease feed and Killorn instead slipped the puck through the five-hole. It was his first point of the series and gave him two goals and two assists through six postseason games.
Killorn notched a power-play assist and went minus-3 in Saturday's 4-1 round-robin loss to the Flyers.
Killorn has maintained his positive scoring form he showed in the regular season, where he had 26 goals, 23 helpers and a plus-19 rating. He added a goal and two helpers during three games in the round robin. The 30-year-old forward figures to operate in a top-six role during the playoffs.
Killorn scored a power-play goal and added an assist with two PIM and two hits in Wednesday's 3-2 round-robin win over Boston.
Killorn gave the Lightning a 2-0 lead midway through the first period when he deflected a Victor Hedman point shot with the man advantage. He also set up Tyler Johnson's game-winner with 1:27 left to play, firing a shot on goal that resulted in a juicy rebound for Johnson on the doorstep. Despite playing in only 68 regular-season games, Killorn established career highs in points (49) and goals (26) and appears to have carried that level of play into the postseason.
Killorn notched a power-play goal Saturday in a 5-3 win over Boston.
Killorn's dream season continues. He continue to build on his career goal mark and now has 26. And he's just one point from his first ever 50-point season. Killorn is actually on pace for 60 points, including more than 30 goals. That's valuable in any fantasy format.
Killorn registered an assist in Thursday's 5-3 loss to the Golden Knights.
Killorn has two goals and two helpers during his four-game point streak. The 30-year-old is up to 45 points this season, just two shy of the career-high 47 he had in 2017-18. He's added 112 shots, a plus-20 rating and 12 power-play points in 59 contests this year -- Killorn is on track for career-best numbers in multiple categories.
Killorn scored a goal on three shots and added two hits in Monday's 4-3 overtime win over the Avalanche.
Killorn has a three-game point streak with two goals and a helper in that span. The 30-year-old winger is on track for a career-best year with 23 tallies, 44 points, 112 shots and a plus-19 rating through 58 contests. His high mark is 47 points and a plus-22 rating in 2017-18.
Killorn scored a goal Saturday in a 5-3 victory over Philadelphia.
Killorn has had an outstanding season and the goal was number 22 -- that just stretches his career mark. But he only has three points in his last nine outings. Killorn should snap out of it and he has a bit -- he now has a point in each of his last two games. Keep the faith.
Killorn collected his 21st goal of the season with an empty-net tally in Tuesday's 4-2 win over Vegas.
Killorn rounded out the scoring with 45 seconds left in regulation, picking up his first goal in the last five games. Killorn's 21 goals this season are a career high and his 41 points have him within striking distance of the career-high 47 he amassed in 2017-18. The 29-year-old is on track for a 30-goal, 65-point season.
Killorn managed an assist, two hits and a plus-2 rating in Wednesday's 4-2 win over the Kings.
Killorn had the secondary helper on Steven Stamkos' last-second empty-netter. With the assist, Killorn has 40 points in 48 games, matching last year's output from 82 contests. The 30-year-old is poised to shatter his career high of 47 points from 2017-18.
Killorn scored a goal on two shots in Friday's 7-1 win over the Jets.
Killorn tallied the Lightning's final goal of the game. With it, he reached a pair of milestones -- his first 20-goal season came on his 300th career point. The 30-year-old winger has 39 points in 46 appearances, just one shy of matching last year's output and eight short of his career high. He's added 97 shots on goal, a plus-12 rating and 34 hits.
Killorn scored twice, once on the power play, and added an assist to finish Tuesday's 6-4 win over Buffalo with three points.
Killorn has been nothing short of sensational this season, now with 34 points in 36 games. He's picked up three points in two of his last three games and played a particularly important role Tuesday by burying the game-winning goal. A more prominent role on the power play -- Killorn logged a season-high 5:45 in Tuesday's win -- is a big reason why the 30-year-old winger is playing the best hockey of his career and rewarding fantasy owners most every night.
Killorn scored twice and added an assist in Saturday's 5-4 win over Montreal.
He's in the middle of a pinch me, I'm dreaming season. So far, Killorn has 31 points in 34 games -- that's a pace that would obliterate his 40-point best from 2015-16. Keep trotting Killorn out there until he shows signs of tiring.
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