TEMPE, Az. - On Monday in Denver, the Tampa Bay Lightning offense disappeared in the thin air.
On Tuesday, the Tampa Bay Lightning offense dried up on the desert.
On Friday to open this three-game road trip, the Tampa Bay Lightning offense set an NHL record for highest team shooting percentage in a single game, scoring eight goals in 14 shots.
In the past two games, the Lightning have combined for 69 shots on goal and scored just twice for a miniscule 2.8 shooting percentage.
Some things can be difficult to explain.
"We have to start scoring some goals,'' Lightning head coach J...
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