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Rotowire: Jun 10 / 8:59p ET
News: Killorn scored his team's lone goal in Wednesday's 2-1 Game 4 loss to the Blackhawks.
Impact: After scoring just 15 goals during the regular season, the center has had a phenomenal playoffs, potting nine goals in the postseason to date. He'll look to add to his total Saturday when the series returns to Tampa Bay for a pivotal Game 5.
Rotowire: Jun 4 / 6:40a ET
News: Killorn scored the lone Tampa goal in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals on Wednesday.
Impact: Killorn potted a highlight-reel backhanded tip-in just four minutes into Wednesday's Game 1, but that turned out to be all the Lightning could put past Corey Crawford. The center is having a productive playoffs, though, with eight goals and nine assists in 21 games to date.
Rotowire: May 30 / 3:21a ET
News: Killorn scored the game-winning goal Friday in Game 7 against the Rangers.
Impact: It was a massive strike for Killorn, who helped the Lightning punch their ticket to the Stanley Cup Finals. The 25-year-old has now scored seven goals this postseason -- sixth most in the NHL. The first-liner continues to be a lethal offensive threat every night in these playoffs, firing 52 shots on goal and racking up 16 points. Look for his unit that also consists of Steve Stamkos and Valtteri Filppula to continue to produce points against either the Ducks or Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup Finals.