TAMPA – For 20 minutes Saturday afternoon, the Tampa Bay Lightning looked dominant against the Detroit Red Wings.
For 20 minutes, the Lightning looked quick, they had jump, the forecheck was established and the cycle game was on point.
For the other 40 minutes, it was a grind. The Red Wings reversed the flow of the game and committed to a checking style of game to slow the pace down. For 40 minutes, Detroit was the team setting up in the zone, forcing plays up the ice and creating their chances.
But for 60 minutes, Andrei Vasilevskiy proved to be on his game, as he has been so many times thro...
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