The Lightning were all over the Panthers’ net Tuesday night. Unfortunately, not many pucks got past Florida goaltender Jacob Markstrom resulting in a 3-2 shootout loss. The Lightning outshot the Panthers 41-25. Their first goal did not come until just under six minutes into the third period, which was a tip-in credited to Tom Pyatt. The chances continued in overtime but Tampa Bay was unable to get one through. That was the story throughout the whole night as Teddy Purcell, Victor Hedman, and Steven Stamkos could not beat Markstrom in the shootout. “He made some amazing saves tonight. We had a lot of chances,” Tom Pyatt said about Markstrom’s goaltending. “Chances that were in tight, grade-A type chances but that’s how it goes sometimes. Sometimes you get beat by a good goalie.” The Lightning now sit six points back from the division lead with 13 games left to play on their schedule. The post Lightning gain a point after shootout loss appeared first on The Bay Cave.