RALEIGH, N.C. - For the better part of the past 10 months the Tampa Bay Lightning played in front of silent buildings.
On Tuesday in Game 2 of the second round series against the Carolina Hurricanes, the Lightning silenced a building.
With an announced crowd of 16,299 inside PNC Arena ready and waiting to explode, they instead uttered out hushed tones as the Lightning put together a textbook road effort to pick up a 2-1 victory and seize a 2-0 series heading back home for Thursday's Game 3.
For the Lightning, there was nothing like the sound of silence that broke out midway through the second...
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