Photos from the Tampa Bay Lightning’s 6-5 overtime Stanley Cup Playoff loss at Amalie Arena

Despite scoring a franchise playoff record five goals in the second period, the Tampa Bay Lightning lost in overtime of its game three Stanley Cup Playoff home opener at Amalie Arena last night. And while that means the Florida Panthers split the Bolts’ series lead in half, it was still a good time for Tampa Bay to have a bad game. Game four is at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 22 at Amalie Arena.—Ray Roa

05/20/2021
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Photos from the Tampa Bay Lightning’s 6-5 overtime Stanley Cup Playoff loss at Amalie Arena
Photos from the Tampa Bay Lightning’s 6-5 overtime Stanley Cup Playoff loss at Amalie Arena
Photos from the Tampa Bay Lightning’s 6-5 overtime Stanley Cup Playoff loss at Amalie Arena
Photos from the Tampa Bay Lightning’s 6-5 overtime Stanley Cup Playoff loss at Amalie Arena
Photos from the Tampa Bay Lightning’s 6-5 overtime Stanley Cup Playoff loss at Amalie Arena

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