Lightning comes from behind to beat Panthers

by Gary Shelton on March 24, 2015 · 2 comments

in general, Tampa Bay Lightning

Tuesday, 11:33 p.m.


Callahan launches the winning goal past Luongo/ANDREW J. KRAMER

Callahan launches the winning goal past Luongo/ANDREW J. KRAMER

At times like these, you wonder how.

The other team was more desperate. This team sat on an early lead. The other team needed it more. This team had been so good it was due for a fall. The other team scored three goals in less time than a penalty. This team has already cinched the playoffs. The other team outshot them.  This team has struggled to come from behind in the third period. The other team came from behind to take the lead.

And somehow, this team found a way.

So this incredible, amazing winning streak of the Tampa

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Jan Porter March 25, 2015 at 12:30 pm

Part of the fun is the anticipation of following the other teams to see if we can get to that #1 spot. Also, who will be the best team for the Lightning to play in the first round.


Cecil DeBald March 25, 2015 at 7:00 am

I understand how, in what appears to be an easy win, one line might go into prevent defense mode, losing their aggression…but the other lines are sitting on the bench, and they surely see what that line is doing, which isn’t good…and then they go out and do the same thing? I do admit I’ve never played hockey unlike the other sports, so I don’t understand as much of the psychology of the game, but gee!


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