Found February 26, 2013 on The Bay Cave:

Two Lightning turnovers resulted in two goals for the Buffalo Sabres Tuesday night as they went on to beat Tampa Bay 2-1. Steven Stamkos put the Lightning on the board first when a rebound off a Ryan Miller save went right to him off a Teddy Purcell shot. Later in the first period, defenseman Victor Hedman was unable to clear the puck out of the defensive zone as it was intercepted by Jason Pominville. That turnover would result in a goal by Sabres’ center Cody Hodgson to tie the game 1-1. Just under a minute into the third period, the Lightning were... The post Lightning suffer another frustrating loss at home appeared first on The Bay Cave.

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