Coach Jon Cooper doesn't buy into the thought process that Tampa Bay is inexperienced in the playoffs anymore.
Tampa head coach Jon Cooper seems to be taking the Lightning's power-play scoring drought in stride.
Although Tampa once again holds the home-ice advantage in the Stanley Cup finals, it might not be much of a boon to their chances for success.
Tampa Bay has been very comfortable playing on the road in the 2015 playoffs, where they have posted a 7-3 record.
Jon Cooper said that he has confidence in both Ben Bishop and Andrei Vasilevskiy.
Lightning head coach Jon Cooper admitted his team learned from their Game 1 loss to Chicago, and it helped them in Game 2.
There will be some adjustments made in Game 2 for Tampa Bay as the Lightning will likely go with 12 forwards and six defensemen.
If records to date in this post-season are an indicator, the Lightning have a very good chance of winning Game 2 of the Stanley Cup finals against the Blackhawks Saturday night.
The Tampa Bay Lightning have an impressive record of 7-1 in games following a loss during the 2015 Stanley Cup playoffs.
The Tampa Bay Lightning won't be feeling sorry for themselves after losing the opening game of the Stanley Cup Final to Chicago.
The Lightning will be the first team in NHL history to play against four Original Six NHL teams in one playoffs.
It appears that part of the reason the Lightning had trouble with the Rangers in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference final is that 6-8 players played with the flu.
Coach Jon Cooper is looking for Tampa Bay's scoring depth to reappear in the playoffs.
Jon Cooper said he isn't concerned with the non-offside call on Tampa Bay's game-winning goal in game one.