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Lightning falls behind 2-0 again, loses game to Boston Bruins

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Another game at home. Another hole to dig out of. The Tampa Bay Lightning, once again, found themselves behind two goals in a 4-3 shootout loss to Boston Thursday night. In five home games, the Bolts have fallen behind 2-0 in four of them. This time, Boston’s Jimmy Hayes scored the winning goal in the 10th round of the shootout. “Clearly it’s troublesome,” said Lightning coach Jon Cooper. “You don’t want to give the guys a free pass, but you…

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Lightning loses again, but this time it played well against Bruins

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This time, the Tampa Bay Lightning looked decent in defeat. One night after laying an egg in a 4-2 loss to Philadelphia, the Bolts fought to a 1-0 loss to Boston in overtime. The single point that Tampa Bay earned was enough to allow the team to hang onto a share of first place with Boston. The loss came only 10 seconds into overtime as Brad Marchand scored. “That was a pretty good hockey game,” said Lightning coach Jon Cooper.…

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Lightning wins another, stretches streak to six straight in Boston

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The Tampa Bay Lightning is playing as if it will never lose again. The Bolts won their sixth straight game Sunday night, sweeping past the Boston Bruins with relative ease, 4-1. Ryan Callahan scored twice for Tampa Bay. Steven Stamkos and Alex Killorn each scored once. For Stamkos, it was his sixth straight game of scoring a goal and his 28th of the season. Callahan has had a tough year, but this was his fourth goal in the last four…

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Lightning losing streak reaches four as team gets off to rugged start

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Jon Cooper said it. Steven Stamkos said it. Everyone said it. For the Tampa Bay Lightning, this year was going to be tougher. But this tough? Already? Any tougher, and there would be barbed wire on the ice. The Lightning (5-5-2) dropped its fourth straight game – in which it has scored only two goals – on Saturday night to the Boston Bruins, 3-1. The Bolts have only two victories in their last year games, and now go on a…

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