BRANDONRyan Callahan hears the whispers. He knows the voices are out there.
Callahan hopes those voices continue to echo through the back channels. They serve as fuel.
And Callahan can’t wait to get back on the ice to show them all exactly how wrong they are when the Lightning season begins Oct. 6 at home against Florida.
Following a season in which Callahan missed all but 18 games due to hip surgery and a complication following surgery, the Tampa Bay alternate captain knows those whispers are questioning what Callahan has left, if anything at all.
”I know there is chatter, people doubt me if ...
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