The Tampa Bay Lightning Showed some life in Game 3 2022 Stanley Cup Final For the Colorado Avalanche. Tampa scored six goals in Game 2 after being beaten in the first game. The result was a 6-2 victory.
After allowing 11 goals the previous two games Andrei Vasilevskiy The net was back to its best with 37 saves. The Lightning are now the proud owner of a franchise record eight consecutive home playoff victories.
For the 23rd consecutive season, there won't be a sweep at the Stanley Cup Final.
Avs centre Nathan MacKinnonHe, who scored 32 goals during the regular season, is now in a mini slump Stanley Cup Final. In just three games, he scored zero goals and only two assists.
After Monday's loss, MacKinnon stated that he wanted to score goals but had to perform his job.[I have to] I play a great defense and create for my linemates. Keep your cool and shoot the puck. They will come in, I trust my instincts.
This will be a crucial night in Tampa, before the series moves back to Denver for Game 5. Here's a complete list of Game 4 sights and sounds.
Take the part, look the part
Both teams were ready to go when they entered the arena for Game 4.
It's that time. #GoAvsGo pic.twitter.com/z1i0aQrv7j
— Colorado Avalanche (@Avalanche) June 22, 2022
These boys are serious about business. pic.twitter.com/n1FTit2A1U
— Tampa Bay Lightning (@TBLightning) June 22, 2022
Return of the ring
Mascots are just as worthy of their championship rings as everyone else. It's why it's so heartwarming to see Lightning's mascot receive two of the lost ones.
The keeper of @ThunderBugTBLAfter the Bug lost them, a pair of oversized Stanley Cup rings from's mascot reunited him with his bling. #Game4 pic.twitter.com/0l5XA0uWai
— Greg Wyshynski (@wyshynski) June 22, 2022