Apr 20, 2014, 7:32 PM EDT
The good news is that Anders Lindback has plenty of time to redeem himself on Sunday. The bad news is that it took him very little time to need to earn that redemption.
Tampa Bay Lightning head coach Jon Cooper decided to turn to him in Game 3, and early on, the Montreal Canadiens made that look like a bad decision. Rene Bourque beat Lindback just 11 seconds into the contest:
Lindback seems to have stabilized since then, but the Bolts find themselves in a nervous situation as they’re trailing and are currently in a 2-0 hole in the series.
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