WINNIPEG - When the puck drops, it's go time.
At least, that's what it's supposed to represent. The preparation before the game all leads up that moment. Then, it's game on.
But lately, when the puck has dropped, the Tampa Bay Lightning seemingly have still been in the locker room - at least, in spirit.
It's not something that has caught up to them, for the most part. On Tuesday in Winnipeg, the Lightning nearly pulled off another high escape act. This time, the magic ran out and the funk is on.Through 55 games this season entering Tuesday, the number of games in which Tampa Bay has allowed th...
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