Card #110 (September 23, 2020) – Game 3 – Stamkos’ Return Sparks Lightning to 5-2 Victory Over Stars
Playing in his first game since February, Steven Stamkos made the most of his 2:47 ice time by scoring on his only shot of the game on a pass from Victor Hedman to give the Tampa Bay Lightning a 2-0 lead in the first period. Nikita Kucherov, Victor Hedman, Brayden Point and Ondrej Palat also recorded goals for Tampa Bay.
Card #111 (September 25, 2020) – Game 4 – Shattenkirk Scores in OT to Lift Tampa Bay to 5-4 Win
The Lightning power play came through when they needed it most in Game 4 as Tampa Bay went 3-for-4 with the man advantage in a 5-4 overtime victory against Dallas. The Lightning’s third power-play goal was the game-winner off the stick of Kevin Shattenkirk at 6:34 of overtime.
Card #112 (September 26, 2020) – Pavelski Breaks Record for Most Career Playoff Goals by United States-born Player
Joe Pavelski’s goal at 13:15 of the third period in Game 5 not only sent the contest between Dallas and Tampa Bay into overtime, it also set a record for the most career goals scored by a United States-born player in the NHL® playoffs. The goal, which tied the game 2-2, was the 61st career playoff goal for Pavelski, who was playing in his 160th career postseason game.
Card #113 (September 26, 2020) – Game 5 – Perry Scores in Double OT as Dallas Tops Tampa Bay to Extend the Stanley Cup® Final to Game 6
In Game 5 of the Stanley Cup® Final, Corey Perry started and ended the scoring with a goal in the first period and another goal in double overtime. Perry’s overtime goal gave Dallas a 3-2 victory over Tampa Bay and forced a Game 6.
Card #114 (September 28, 2020) – Game 6 – Vasilevskiy, Lightning Shut Out Dallas to Claim First Stanley Cup® Since 2004
Andrei Vasilevskiy stopped all 22 shots he faced and recorded his first career postseason shutout to defeat the Dallas Stars 2-0 and lead the Tampa Bay Lightning to its first Stanley Cup® title since 2004. Brayden Point scored his 14th goal of the playoffs in the first period to give Tampa Bay the lead and set a Lightning team record for the most goals in a single postseason. Victor Hedman had an assist on Point’s goal and won the Conn Smythe Trophy.
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