The Tampa Bay Lightning have rebounded from three consecutive road losses with a pair of home wins.
So have the Eastern Conference-worst Florida Panthers - and they've bounced back against the same opponents.
Tampa Bay will look to stay undefeated since its recent coaching switch - and win an eighth straight in this Southeast Division matchup - on Tuesday night when the Panthers go for a season-best third consecutive victory.
With the club in danger of missing the playoffs for a second straight season, general manager Steve Yzerman fired Guy Boucher prior to a 3-2 loss to Winnipeg on March 24 that capped off an 0-3-0 trip. Tampa Bay (15-18-1), though, has won twice since Jon Cooper took over - 2-1 over Buffalo last Tuesday and 5-4 in a shootout against New Jersey on Friday. The latter was Cooper's first game on the bench as an NHL coach after watching Tuesday's win from an executive suite.
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