TAMPA - Watching the Tampa Bay Lightning roll out one of the most talented power play units in the league should be moments of excited anticipation.
But hang out in the seats at Amalie Arena, log on to social media and the feeling is more of an anxious anticipation of dread.
Nights like Tuesday, with the Edmonton Oilers in town, are exactly why those feelings are more than just the run-of-the-mill thoughts of the naturally nervous.
And this on a night in which one of the scariest on-ice scenes imaginable played out.First, the scene on the ice that was as bad as it looked when Pat Maroon inadve...
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