DENVER - Charge on.
That's what the Tampa Bay Lightning have done the past three postseasons.
Embrace the suck and dance in the rain.
Don't let outside factors that can't be controlled influence the work at hand.
Perhaps that's why it was so off base to see Lightning head coach Jon Cooper fight back emotion on Wednesday night, answering taking just one question postgame and discussing a decision that was out of their hands that factored into the overtime winning goal for Colorado.
But by the time the team headed for the airport, the focus was on the task at hand in Friday's Game 5, where the L...
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