NEW YORK - The deeper into the playoffs, the bigger the fish bowl.
Right now, that fish bowl is an oval of high rising glass surrounding a sheet of ice. And with the Eastern Conference finals the only show taking place inside the fish bowl right now - and only three teams still alive in the National Hockey League - the amount of eyes looking in from outside the glass grows and intensifies.
When Brayden Point emerged from the Tampa Bay Lightning locker room and took the walk down the hallway toward the Tampa Bay bench and stepped on the ice, the modern day version of that fish bowl emerged with...
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