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Lightning’s fourth streak shines in a 7-3 win

Lightning’s fourth streak shines in a 7-3 win

Pierre-Edouard Bellemare, Corey Berry and Pat Maron not only scored a goal each, but upset the visitors with intensity and power.

Perry and Maroon, two veterans who have already won the Stanley Cup, also caused a penalty kick for the Maple Leafs. The judges gave eight lightning-strength games during the match, including one that went to Perry.

Twice Ross Colton, empty goalkeeper Steven Stamkos and Ondrej Balat, scored twice for the Florida team, which rebounded after the 5-2 loss on Friday night. Andrei Vasilevskiy stopped 22 balls.

Connect lightning chain 2-2. Both teams now return to Toronto for Game Five on Tuesday night at Scotiabank Arena.

William Nylander scored two goals and Jake Muzin added one for the Maple Leafs, who are – by far – ranked among the most sanctioned teams since the start of the playoffs.

Jack Campbell started the game against the Torontonians, but was sent off after allowing five goals from 16 shots. With relief, Eric Calgren was a perfect nine-shot lead.

The match started poorly for the Maple Leafs and Lightning opened the scoring in the 60th second of play.

The Maple Leafs weren’t at the end of their game, starting their fourth Lightning streak.

Berry picked up a loose puck along the boards and sent it behind the net. However, Muzin stopped her in front of Campbell and Bellmar, who was passing, and flossed the needle. Less than three minutes later, Marron performed a superb solo maneuver and jumped on a rebound to make the score 3-0.

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Sheldon Keefe’s men undoubtedly tried to regroup in the first break, but were unable to stop their opponents’ momentum in the second half.

Lightning took the Maple Leafs’ defense by the wrong foot and Colton had room to get past Campbell. His shot hit the goalkeeper’s glove, but the disc caused the tendons to move. A little over two minutes later, in a powerful play, Perry completed a game of tic-tac-toe organized by Brayden Point and Nikita Kucherov.

Nylander was good enough to give his team hope, flashing a red light by redirecting a pass from Austin Matthews and unleashing a tricky and precise one, but it was too little and too late.