BRANDON – A Tampa Bay Lightning team that motored their way through the regular season by steadily rolling along the tracks to historical numbers suddenly look like a team about to fall completely off the tracks.
The Lightning looked listless and lost in dropping Friday’s Game 2 against the Columbus Blue Jackets. Tampa Bay looks like anything but a team that tied the league record for wins in a season with 62, or a team that led the league in power play and penalty kill, goal scoring and were top 10 in goals against.
After two playoff games, all of that means nothing, just as the 128 points Ni...
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