Monday, February 6 2023

Tampa Bay Times, St. Petersburg, Fla.

No danger here: Lightning protect their net in win over Flames

TAMPA — If there’s one thing that has haunted the Lightning this season, it has been playing too loose in their end, and because of that, they’ve had to score a lot to win games. For the most part, they’ve gotten away with it, but they still needed 60 minutes of sound defensive hockey to feel better about their all-around game. Though the Flames nearly doubled the Lightning’s shot volume …

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