Projected NHL Lineups & Game Notes 05/17/18
The Tampa Bay Lightning went to Washington on Tuesday with their season basically on the line. The Lightning responded with an inspired effort to get back into the series.
The Lightning gott off to a quick start, with Steven Stamkos firing home a rocket on the power-play midway through the first period. Nikita Kucherov and Victor Hedman each scored a goal early in the second period and the Lightning held on for a 4-2 win. Hedman finished with one goal and two assists and Andrei Vasilevskiy stopped 36 of 38 shots that he faced to get back on-track.
After dropping both games on home-ice, the Lightning will try and take both in Washington to take this series back to Tampa Bay tied 2-2.
- – Nicklas Backstrom has not officially been cleared to play; listed as a game-time decision for Game 4.
Washington Capitals vs. Tampa Bay Lightning [Game 4]
L1: Alex Ovechkin—Evgeny Kuznetsov—Tom Wilson
L2: Jakub Vrana—Lars Eller—T.J. Oshie
L3: Chandler Stephenson—Nicklas Backstrom*—Brett Connolly
L4: Andre Burakovsky—Jay Beagle—Devante Smith-Pelly/Alex Chiasson
D1: Michal Kempny—John Carlson
D2: Dmitri Orlov—Matt Niskanen
D3: Brooks Orpik—Christian Djoos
G: Braden Holtby
L1: Ondrej Palat—Steven Stamkos—Nikita Kucherov
L2: Tyler Johnson—Brayden Point—Yanni Gourde
L3: Alex Killorn—Anthony Cirelli—J.T. Miller
L4: Chris Kunitz—Cedric Paquette—Ryan Callahan
D1: Victor Hedman—Dan Girardi
D2: Ryan McDonagh—Anton Stralman
D3: Braydon Coburn—Mikhail Sergachev
G: Andrei Vasilevskiy
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