WINNIPEG - Tampa Bay Lightning head coach Jon Cooper rarely, if ever, throws his team under a metaphorical bus.
Cooper tends to be even keel during games no matter how things are progressing. And if he does erupt and let some emotion out in a public situation, it's not often directed at his team. After games, losses don't tend not to lead to any sort of emotional response, with the exception of perhaps a lighthearted moment or two that could be viewed as a sense of gallows humor.
But after Tampa Bay ended a three-game road trip with a disappointing and frustrating loss to the Jets, Cooper came...
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