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Topic - Ryan Malone
Eliminated from the playoffs, the Caps final game of the season ended with a scoreless loss to Tampa.
Tampa Bay Lightning coach Jon Cooper doesn't think left wing Ryan Malone's DUI and cocaine possession charges will be a distraction to the postseason-bound team.
Tampa Bay Lightning left wing Ryan Malone was charged Saturday with DUI and possession of cocaine after a traffic stop, police said.
The Tampa Bay Lightning are becoming quite comfortable on the road, even in the toughest buildings.
It has been one unbelievable "M*A*S*H" kind of year for the Lightning, with injuries contributing to a season that started with lofty expectations but went off the rails. But Tampa Bay is suddenly getting healthier — getting back the likes of Victor Hedman, Tom Pyatt and Ryan Shannon perhaps just in time.
Of all the nights for officials to become part of the story, Bruce Boudreau and the Washington Capitals didn't want it to be this one.
Since the Penguins last won the Stanley Cup in 1992, their opponent in Game 1 of the finals tonight, the Detroit Red Wings, captured hockey's greatest prize three times and have become the NHL's model franchise. The Penguins, one of the league's original expansion teams in 1967, have been anything but. Stanley Cup Finals Preview
"Hockey-wise, we've had way more distractions worse than this," he said.
"Smitty was great for how little rubber he saw," Lightning forward Ryan Malone said. "It's probably not what he's used to, but we did a decent job of keeping the shots outside and he had a couple of big saves there."