TAMPA - Tied game, two minutes remaining. Those type of games need to get pushed across the finish line to earn at least a point.
Seeing a game-winning goal scored with 16 seconds left in regulation, that's a tough way to lose a game.
But sometimes, losing games in that manner can be tough lessons to learn. And that, not the penalty kill or the debut of new forward Brandon Hagel, proved to be the story of Saturday's quick stop back home for the Tampa Bay Lightning to host the New York Rangers.For 59 minutes, the sometimes maligned Lightning penalty kill was setting up to be a major storyline c...
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