TAMPA – The reality of a 56-game season for teams is they are not permitted too many mulligans.
Any sort of a slip up that starts a slide might be too difficult to regain footing from when playing every game within the division.
Not that the Tampa Bay Lightning have taken a step down that slippery slope. But certainly a three-game set against the Florida Panthers proved to be enough to take notice that things can prove to be a bit precarious.
Five talking points from a night that involved self-inflicted wounds, rust showing through, killing momentum, a rookie breaking through and could the Li...
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