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BOSTON -- After an eight-day layoff after the Eastern Conference semifinals, the Bruins came out flat in Game 1 of the conference finals Saturday and looked baffled by the Tampa Bay Lightning's 1-3-1 system.. Lightning wing Teddy Purcell got it into the net after two attempts to put Tampa Bay up 3-0. \"It's a tough hole to get out of,\" Thomas said. \"Two would have been better. When we went down 2-0, I was thinking, 'Okay, I'm just going to make this like. BOSTON, Massachusetts The Tampa Bay Lightning struck quickly, scoring three goals in 1:25 in the first period en route to a 5-2 victory over Boston in the first game of the NHL Eastern Conference finals. With a berth in the Stanley Cup finals on the. BOSTON When Lightning G Mike Smith heard Rangers enforcer Derek Boogaard died, he said, \"I got goose bumps.\" Smith played with Boogaard in 2005-06 with AHL Houston and said the 6-foot-7, 265-pounder,. AP As it turns out, that isn't the only connection Thomas will feel with the opposing Tampa Bay Lightning's players. Joe Haggerty points out that Thomas might not have gone to the University of Vermont if it weren't for Dwayne Roloson, who played in. Now Seguin comes to a major milestone in his career with his first playoff appearance at the Garden tonight in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Remember, this is a kid barely three months past his 19th birthday,. The Boston Bruins' first appearance in the Eastern Conference finals since 1991 got off to a promising start on Saturday morning, long before the opening faceoff to Game 1 against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Bruins center Patrice Bergeron, who sustained a. TAMPA, Fla. -- When Tampa Bay Lightning forward Simon Gagne was laying on the ice at Verizon Center during Game 1 of his team's Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series, his medical history made fears of another lengthy absence a sincere possibility.. AP Midseason pickup Eric Brewer has taken on a leadership role and is a big reason for the Lightning's playoff run. By TONY FABRIZIO | The Tampa Tribune When the Tampa Bay Lightning hoisted the Stanley Cup trophy in 2004, there were fingerprints all. Before I admitted my hockey ignorance and professed my newfound love for the Tampa Bay Lightning in this newspaper on Wednesday, I thought I might be alone on the bandwagon, a single hockey virgin in the shadows of the St. Pete Times Forum..


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