Found March 15, 2013 on The Bay Cave:
The Tampa Bay Lightning lose another frustrating game due to being outshot Thursday night against the Islanders, 2-0.  After the game, coach Guy Boucher addressed the lack of shooting: It’s the scoring chances and they’re the same. We don’t want to shoot when it’s not time. Seventeen chances we passed on and I don’t accept that. That can create rebounds, chaos, and that’s where goals come from. With more shots comes more scoring chances and the Lightning are not getting enough of either. Tampa Bay currently sits seven points out of the final spot for the playoffs. The post Lack of shots from Lightning result in loss to Islanders appeared first on The Bay Cave.
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