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The turnover ended up costing the B’s, as Thompson threw the puck at multiple teammates in front of Thomas, and Ryan Malone buried it to give the Lightning a 3-2 lead. This “slump,” if that’s what you want to call it, has also given the season
seven minutes into the third period. Lucic sent a pass up to Tyler Seguin coming out the Bruins’ zone only to see Ryan Malone intercept it and backhand a pass to Gagne, who rifled a wrist shot past Tim Thomas to cap Tampa’s comeback and give the Lightning its first lead since 47 seconds
The Lightning’s top five forwards can rival anybody in the league. St. Louis, Stamkos, Lecavalier, Downie and Ryan Malone (all who would lead the Bruins in scoring this year) have combined for 135 of Tampa’s 194 goals this season. Between Stamkos and St. Louis, the Bruins had their hands full. That does not excuse their lapses in front of
that from time to time. The Lightning have great playmakers in St. Louis, Steve Stamkos (who had three assists), Ryan Malone and Vincent LeCavalier but Downie will never be mentioned with that elite talent. Downie’s goals were much like Lucic
and Zdeno Chara penalties. The Lightning scored on neither of them, as Rask stoned them in the first period and a Ryan Malone penalty in the third made it a 4-on-3, which set up Bergeron’s goal. Of course, the good news is that the Bruins
but Tom Pyatt gave the Lightning a 2-1 lead for Horton tied it once more. The Lightning then regained the lead on Ryan Malone ’s 10th goal of the season, but Daniel Paille scored on a shorthanded breakaway to make it 3-3 in the third period. Dominic More gave the Lightning
but Tom Pyatt gave the Lightning a 2-1 lead for Horton tied it once more. The Lightning then regained the lead on Ryan Malone 's 10th goal of the season, but Daniel Paille scored on a shorthanded breakaway to make it 3-3 in the third period
giving guys like Steven Stamkos and Martin St. Louis those chances. A penalty like Tomas Kaberle ’s interference of Ryan Malone in the third period is easily avoidable. - Capitalize on Dwayne Roloson : The Bruins’ top line went hard after Tampa’s netminder
Melrose said. “He found a way to win. He wasn’t great, but the guy stopped four breakaways. The [ Ryan ] Malone stop probably changed the game because 20 seconds later Seguin scored his second goal of the game and that made it 4-2. He stopped a couple other breakaways and he made that great save on [ Marc-Andre ] Bergeron