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Flyers beat Lightning 3-2 for 3rd straight comeback victory

TAMPA, FL - OCTOBER 18: Philadelphia Flyers left wing Noah Cates (49) scores the go ahead and winning goal during the NHL Hockey match between the Tampa Bay Lightning and Philadelphia Flyers on October 18, 2022 at Amalie Arena in Tampa, FL. (Photo by TAMPA - Carter Hart stopped 37 shots, Noah Cates scored a tiebreaking goal in the third period and Philadelphia beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 3-2 Tuesday night for the Flyers' third straight comeback win to open the season.Hart made a pad save on a breakaway by Brayden Point in the first period and improved to 1-5-1 against Tampa Bay.Cates completed the rally from a two-goal deficit by scoring from the slot after a turnover at 12:44 of the third."Carter was outstanding," Flyers coach John Tortorella said. "Kept us in it.

We found a way at the end. We hope we're building a little bit of a mindset of resiliency. I think each time it happens that way and you succeed, it just builds it for you."Steven Stamkos had two power-play goals and extended his season-opening goal streak to four games for the Lightning, who had their 10-game winning streak against the Flyers halted.Stamkos has six goals during the second-longest goal streak to start a season in team history.

Nikita Kucherov holds the franchise record with seven, set in 2017-18.Andrei Vasilevskiy made 21 saves for the Lightning, who opened the season dropping two of three on the road."This is a stinger," Lightning coach Jon Cooper said. "We should never leave this game with zero points ... probably should have left with two.

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Tom Brady’s retirement announcement thanks Tampa Bay, makes no mention of New England
TAMPA, Fla. - Tom Brady officially shared news of his retirement on Tuesday after winning seven Super Bowls during an unprecedented 22-year career, thanking many involved with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers organization in a lengthy Instagram post. But some were quick to note how the legendary NFL quarterback’s announcement made no mention of the New England Patriots — where he spent his first 20 seasons and won six Super Bowls. "This is difficult for me to write, but here it goes: I am not going to make that competitive commitment anymore," Brady, the most successful quarterback in NFL history, wrote in a nine-page post. Brady went on to thank the Buccaneers organization, his teammates, ownership, general manager Jason Licht, coach Bruce Arians, his trainer Alex Guerrero, agents Don Yee and Steve Dubin and his family in the post. However, he didn’t mention the New England Patriots, where he spent two decades and served as the centerpiece of the Patriots’ dynasty, or owner Bob Kraft. "First takeaway from Tom Brady's retirement statement: No mention of anyone with the Patriots," Ryan Hannable, a Patriots writer for local sports radio station WEEI, wrote on Twitter.Mike Girardi, a Boston-based sports journalist and reporter for NFL Network, noted the same and called it "odd."FILE IMAGES - (L) Patriots quarterback Tom Brady throws during the second quarter during the New York Giants game versus the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII, on Feb.