The Other Tampa Goalie's Night Goes Bad Lightning Quick

Published on 3-Mar-2019 by Raoul Duke

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The Other Tampa Goalie's Night Goes Bad Lightning Quick

The Tampa Bay Lightning have two pretty darn good goalies on their roster, which is one of the many reasons they currently hold the NHL's best record.

Of course, we're all familiar with the acrobatics of Andrei Vasilevskiy, but his backup minds a decent net as well.

Louis Domingue was having a really groovy night in Boston, sitting on 36 saves and down only 1-0 in the third period when things turned to shit.

The poor dude had been keeping the Lightning in the game all by his lonesome, but then it all just went the way of the dodo bird.


The first stop on our tour came courtesy of someone named Noel Acciari:


Shortly after that, Patrice Bergeron got involved:


At this point, Domingue was clearly rattled, but then the demented Brad Marchand got loose on a breakaway to make it 4-0.


The tripod was complete, and the Bruins had broken this dude's brain.


Yep, it's definitely the stick and/or net's fault.


Of course, you don't see three goals in under 90 seconds very often, so the reaction may have been justified.


Again, it was 90 seconds.