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Strong third carries Panthers over Tampa Bay after wild second

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Anton Stralman (center, framed by Patric Hornqvist and Aaron Ekblad) scored a key goal against the Tampa Bay Lighting in the third period of a 6-4 victory at Amalie Arena on Monday night. // Photo courtesy @FlaPanthers

Anton Stralman said there were some upset players and perhaps some choice words said in the Florida Panthers locker room Monday night at Tampa Bay.

The Panthers had as big a second period as any team could hope for against the defending Stanley Cup champions, yet despite scoring four goals in the frame, Tampa Bay had stolen the momentum back and only trailed by one going into the break.

All the excitement the Panthers appeared to have pulled out of a second period in which goals were going in like quarters fed into a Ms. Pac-Man machine had been sucked away.

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