BRANDON - As the Tampa Bay Lightning head into some unfamiliar leading to a Mother's Day meeting with the Toronto Maple Leafs, there remains a quiet confidence and swagger about their game.
In a best-of-seven series, the Lightning are down 2-1 in a series for just the fourth time since Jon Cooper has been the head coach. And it's the first time in four years they've been staring down this situation.
But there remains a quiet confidence within that still emanates from the team as the head into a pivotal fourth game.
The Lightning have been in just about every imaginable postseason situation ove...
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