According to Robert Colton, younger brother Ross has always worked hard to make the most of opportunity.
Andrei Vasilevskiy posted a shutout and Ross Colton scored the game-winner in Wednesday’s Game 5 as the Tampa Bay Lightning became back-to-back Stanley Cup Champions.
“It was a big surprise,” Vasilevskiy said. “I couldn't believe it.”
The defending champions advanced to a Stanley Cup Final matchup against the surprising Montreal Canadiens.
From getting called up to the NHL to making his Stanley Cup Playoffs debut, Ross Colton has been dialed in for the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Outside of one wild second period in Game 4, Vasilevskiy rarely made mistakes or gave up anything easy.
He may have picked up an assist in a win back on March 2, but Blake Coleman's biggest assist of the night wasn't for the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Vasilevskiy also shut out the Dallas Stars last year to win the Stanley Cup.
Daniel Walcott was already excited to be in his first NHL game. He got even more excited when he got to see how his debut would happen.
From the gridiron to becoming a girl dad, Texas native Blake Coleman gives his Super Bowl predictions and discusses life as a new father.
Growing up in Plano, a Texas city about 20 miles northeast of Dallas, a young Coleman often daydreamed about what it would be like to hoist hockey’s fabled silver trophy.
The Tampa Bay Lightning are the 2020 Stanley Cup Champions after defeating the Dallas Stars 2-0 in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final Monday night at Rogers Place in Edmonton.
Nikita Kucherov and Victor Hedman are undoubtedly two big reasons the Tampa Bay Lightning have got within a pair of wins away from lifting the Stanley Cup.
Who loves his teammates? Andrei Vasilevskiy does. Get to know the Big Cat of the Tampa Bay Lightning in this one-minute sitdown!
Ryan Reaves picked up his phone to answer Kevin Shattenkirk's text. What he went on to hear from a group of players on the other end of the line quickly relieved a weight off his shoulders.
Even when he isn't on the ice, Blake Coleman is showing off some serious skills during downtime with his Tampa Bay Lightning teammates.
You may know Andrei Vasilevskiy by a nickname inspired by his fondness for felines, but the netminder has got another moniker he'd prefer.
Wanting to do something was the easy part. Knowing what it would be was a little more difficult.
It was supposed to be, at least early on, a one-hit wonder.
Just like many of his fellow NHL players, Cirelli, the 22-year-old Tampa Bay Lightning forward, is using the pause in the 2019-20 season to learn a new skill or improve upon an existing one.