Tune into Sun Sports at 7 p.m. to watch the Tampa Bay Lightning take on the Vancouver Canucks. NHL Lightning territory.
The Tampa Bay Lightning are surely glad to be home after a woeful three-game trip to Canada.
Meanwhile, a visit to the Sunshine State has already cooled the Vancouver Canucks.
The reigning Western Conference champions try to avoid a Florida sweep Tuesday night against Tampa Bay, while the Lightning will seek to bounce back at home against another opponent from north of the border.
The Canucks (26-14-3) appear primed to make a second consecutive run to the Stanley Cup finals, with the most points in the West and a 17-5-2 record since Nov. 20. Vancouver even gained a measure of revenge for its finals loss with a 4-3 win Saturday in a rematch at Cup champion Boston, but stumbled Monday night with a 2-1 loss at Florida.
Dale Weise scored the only goal for Vancouver, which couldn't take advantage of a 26-22 shots advantage and went 0 for 3 on the power play after ...