Bishop, power play struggle in Bolts’ loss

by Gary Shelton on March 26, 2015 · 1 comment

in general, Tampa Bay Lightning

Thursday, 11:28 p.m.

Bishop gives up his second goal to GaustadTAMPA

This round went to the kid.

This round went to tomorrow.

This time, the only man left standing for the Tampa Bay Lightning was Andrei Vasalevskiy, tomorrow’s goaltender. Check back with him in 2017 or so, because from the looks of it, he might be something.

Today? Today, this is still the hockey team of Ben Bishop, and the less said about his most recent outing

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Cecil DeBald March 27, 2015 at 6:52 am

I don’t understand the tactic of knocking the puck into the back of the offensive zone from the blue line on a power play when all your skaters are outside the offensive zone and 2-3 of their players inside. We did that 3-4 times on the late power play, and they got every puck and sent them down to Vassey…


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