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Lightning centre Steven Stamkos shakes hands with Canadiens goalie Carey Price after Montreal swept Tampa Bay Tuesday night.
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The Tampa Bay Lightning finished off the regular season with a bang. Unfortunately, they were not able to keep the momentum rolling into the first round of the playoffs.
In other news, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said there are "expressions of interest" from people looking to buy the New York Islanders from Charles Wang.
Max Pacioretty of the Canadiens scores the winning goal against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday night.
Lightning G Ben Bishop , out since April 8 with a left elbow injury, took his most significant step in his rehab by participating in Tuesday's morning skate and taking live shots.
The third-year Tampa Bay forward is getting his first taste of post-season play, and even if it has been difficult for the Lightning, the experience alone has been an eye-opener.
Monreal Canadiens' goaltender Carey Price, right, talks with goaltending coach Stephane Waite during a practice session in Brossard, Que., Monday, April 21, 2014, ahead of Game 4 of first round NHL Stanley Cup playoff action against the Tampa Bay Lightning Monreal Canadiens' goaltender Carey Price, right, talks with goaltending coach Stephane Waite ... (more)
The Habs take a 3-0 series lead on the backs of their loud fans in their first home game of the series CBC Montreal sports reporters Douglas Gelevan and Andie Bennett will bring you all you need to know from Montreal and on the road as the Habs battle for the cup in the 2014 playoffs.
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Bourque . I probably can't say I have seen a player transform this much from the regular season to the playoffs.
The Crunch had just finished a two-game sweep in Norfolk to improve its mark to 9-3-1, good enough for first place in the East Division.
Tampa Bay Lightning's Matthew Carle, left, looks on as Montreal Canadiens' Rene Bourque, centre, celebrates with teammate Brian Gionta after scoring during first period of the first round NHL Stanley Cup playoff action in Montreal, Sunday, April 20, 2014.
Lightning C Valtteri Filppula has played in 108 Stanley Cup playoff games. RW Ryan Callahan has played in 62. So they both know what it takes to compete.
With the game tied 1-1 late in the second period, Callahan appeared to score the go-ahead goal for Tampa Bay, which had dropped the first two games of their playoff series at home against Montreal.
Besides, it was just one call in a 60-minute hockey game. There was plenty of time before and a lot of time after to make sure that one call did not matter.