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Lightnings And Red Wings Scoreless At Second Intermission

Posted By Steve Kinsella On December 15, 2013 @ 6:35 PM In Legacy | No Comments

Lightnings And Red Wings Scoreless At Second Intermission

The Tampa Bay Lightning and Detroit Red Wings remained locked in a scoreless battle after two periods of play.

Shots On Goal:

The Lightning held a 10-6 advantage after the first period but were outshot 13 to 3 in the second period and trail overall 19-13.

Special Teams:

The Lightning Penalty Kill was on the ice for the first time at the 2:05 mark as Tyler Johnson [1] was sent off for hooking.

The Lightning Power Play unit took to the ice at the 4:35 mark when Johan Franzen [2] was sent off for unsportsmanlike conduct and at the 6:13 mark the Red Wings were called for too many men on the ice.  The Lightning had a two man advantage for 0:22 seconds.

Shortly into the remaining power play Tyler Johnson [1] was called for high sticking resulting in 4 on 4 hockey. The Lightning penalty kill unit returned to the ice for the final 0:31 seconds of the Johnson penalty. At the end of the sequence the game remained scoreless.

The Lightning Power Play unit came back on the ice when Kyle Quincey [3] was sent off for tripping.  The Lightning were unable to take advantage of the extra man.

 

 


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