Tampa Bay Lightning reach delicate part of the season after third consecutive loss

TAMPA - The Tampa Bay Lightning reached a critical part of the season Thursday night right around the time the Pittsburgh Penguins celebrated their goaltender with 68 seconds left in the game.

See, that was the insult-to-injury part of the game for the Lightning. Not only had they blown a two-goal lead, not only had they failed once again to capitalize on the numerous scoring chances they created, but Pittsburgh's goaltender, Tristan Jarry, scored an empty net goal to rub a little more salt into the Lightning's wound.

Tampa Bay has lost three consecutive games for the second time this s...


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