If you agree that succeeding defines determination, then Sunday’s win demonstrates a huge gap between the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Washington Capitals. Odds.
As tremendous a Game 2 as Vincent Lecavalier delivered by outperforming Alex Ovechkin scoring twice, including the extra time winning goal… even the Tampa Bay Lightning’s captain knew where credit was due.
Vinny Lecavalier and his streaking Lightning are halfway to get rid of Ovechkin’s top-seeded Washington Capitals. Lecavalier netted his second goal 6:19 into overtime, and the underdogs from Tampa Bay defeated the Capitals 3-2 Sunday night for a 2-0 lead in the Eastern Conference semifinals. Scores.
This is a huge hole in which the Capitals are trapped in right now. Both squads recognize from their own experience that a two-game series deficit is barely insuperable. While the Capitals might be wishing that penalties could be rejected in the league, the Lightning scored a power-play goal in each game at Washington.
Tamapa Bay’s goalie Dwayne Roloson made 35 saves as the Lightning won their fifth game in a row and their fifth straight away from home.
The series shifts to Tampa for Game 3 on Tuesday, followed by Game 4 the next night. As thrilling as this series is, these games are definitely up for bets! Las Vegas odds.
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