TAMPA, Florida (Reuters) - The Tampa Bay Lightning, who squared the best-of-seven Stanley Cup final series at 2-2 following a 1-0 win in Calgary
Monday, are hoping to build on their victory in Thursday's Game Five instead of continuing their seesawing post-season pattern.
The Lightning have alternated wins and losses in their last 11 post-season games and not strung together successive wins since beating the Montreal
Canadiens in Game Four of the Eastern Conference semi-finals and winning Game One of the conference final against the Philadelphia Flyers on May 8.
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