The NHL Finals series will remain in Tampa, with game 4 scheduled for Wednesday, 08:00 PM EDT at Amalie Arena. The Lightning caught a breath of fresh air, after securing an important victory in the latest meeting against the Avalanche and now trail 2-1 in the NHL Finals.
Tampa Bay Lightning vs Colorado Avalanche Head to Head
Team P1 P2 P3 Final
The last game took place on June 20, and resulted in a high-scoring 6-2 win for the Tampa Bay Lightning. Their best skater was Ondrej Palat, spending 17:26 on the ice. He sent 2 shots towards the opponents’ net and 1 of those made it through the goalie. He also assisted for one of his team’s other goals. On the other half of the court it was Gabriel Landeskog who contributed the most, scoring 2 goals for a total of 20:24 of game time. Tampa Bay’s goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy played on a very high level and ended the game with a 0.949 save percentage. The other side’s goalkeeper Darcy Kuemper ended the night with a 0.773 save percentage. When it comes to the latest five encounters the Tampa Bay Lightning won 1 and the Colorado Avalanche triumphed 4 times.
*Last 5 head-to-head games
Tampa Bay Lightning Form
06-20-2022 06-18-2022 06-15-2022 06-11-2022 06-09-2022 06-07-2022 06-05-2022 06-03-2022 06-01-2022 05-23-2022 6:2vs Colorado Avalanche 7:0@ Colorado Avalanche 4:3@ Colorado Avalanche 2:1vs New York Rangers 1:3@ New York Rangers 4:1vs New York Rangers 3:2vs New York Rangers 3:2@ New York Rangers 6:2@ New York Rangers 2:0vs Florida Panthers
On 06/20 Tampa Bay Lightning faced Colorado Avalanche and in the end the score was 6-2 in their favor. Ondrej Palat led the Lightning, ending with 2 points to his name. He was on the ice 17 minutes and 26 seconds and attempted 2 shots on the opposition’s goal. 1 of those found the way to the back of the net and Palat also had a hand in 1 assist. The franchise’s triumph can also be attributed to Andrei Vasilevskiy, who faced 39 shots and managed to parry 37 attempts. The Lightning’s balance across the most recent 10 showings stands at 6-3-1 and they are on a streak of W1. The organization had a balance of 27-8-6, when performing on home ice throughout the regular season. Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals will on Friday, June 24th when the Lightning are scheduled to visit Denver.
Power Play Perry: Activated 🚨 pic.twitter.com/U5yfeT9yMe
— Tampa Bay Lightning (@TBLightning) June 21, 2022
Tampa Bay Lightning Standout Performers
- Top Goalie
Andrei VasilevskiyGames Played:63Saves Percentage:0.916Shutouts:9
- Top Skater
Steven StamkosGames Played:81Goals:42Assists:64
Tampa Bay Lightning Missing Players
Colorado Avalanche Form
06-20-2022 06-18-2022 06-15-2022 06-06-2022 06-04-2022 06-02-2022 05-31-2022 05-27-2022 05-25-2022 05-23-2022 6:2@ Tampa Bay Lightning 7:0vs Tampa Bay Lightning 4:3vs Tampa Bay Lightning 5:6@ Edmonton Oilers 2:4@ Edmonton Oilers 4:0vs Edmonton Oilers 8:6vs Edmonton Oilers 2:3@ St. Louis Blues 4:5vs St. Louis Blues 3:6@ St. Louis Blues
The Avalanche visited the Tampa Bay Lightning for their latest clash on 06/20, which ended in a 6-2 disappointment for them. Gabriel Landeskog stood above the other Avalanche players, finishing the game with 2 points. He spent 20 minutes and 24 seconds skating and sent 3 shots on target. Two of those made it past the netminder. Another reason for the team’s defeat was that in goal Darcy Kuemper let in 5 of the 22 shots towards his net. The Colorado Avalanche own a 8-1-1 balance for the previous 10 meetings and as of now are on a streak of 1 defeat. They navigated their way throughout the regular NHL season with a 24-14-3 record when performing on the road.
— Colorado Avalanche (@Avalanche) June 21, 2022
Colorado Avalanche Standout Performers
- Top Goalie
Darcy KuemperGames Played:13Saves Percentage:0.892Shutouts:0
- Top Skater
Cale MakarGames Played:17Goals:7Assists:19
Colorado Avalanche Missing Players
1`00:36Anthony CirelliErik Cernak1-0
1`16:57-Darren Helm2 minutes for Interference Riley Nash
2`03:57Victor Hedman2 minutes for Interference Nico Sturm-
2`05:171-1Nathan MacKinnonMikko Rantanen, Cale Makar
2`06:12-Bowen Byram2 minutes for Hooking Victor Hedman
2`10:42Victor HedmanJan Rutta2-1
2`11:48Steven Stamkos2 minutes for Hooking Gabriel Landeskog