BRANDON- Ross Colton knows how to make an impression.
In his rookie season in the NHL, Colton scored the game-winning goal in his NHL debut on his second ever shift.
By the end of that season, he scored the Cup clinching goal against the Montreal Canadiens in Game 5 to secure Tampa Bay's second consecutive championship, securing the third Cup title in franchise history on home ice.
Last season, he reached the 20-goal mark, capping out at 22 in 79 games played, his first full season in the NHL as he slowly, but surely, made his way up the depth chart, getting more and more minutes, a bigger rol...
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