Giguere continues mastery of Wild
Tampa Bay's forwards have combined to score just one goal in the past five games.
Lightning forwards off target
Tampa Bay took advantage of a light schedule, which had them play just seven games in October, to sit among the league leaders for most of the season. But the Lightning (11-4-4-1) have fallen a point behind Atlanta into second in the Southeast Division while going winless in the past four games (0-3-1).
A scoreless drought of 160 minutes, 10 seconds contributed to the beginning of the current slump, which included a scoreless tie with Carolina and a 2-0 loss to the Rangers.
To continue reading this article you must be an Insider
We see that you are not an ESPN Insider. Upgrade today and gain access to our exclusive coverage.
MORE NHL HEADLINES
- Pens' Letang cleared to practice after stroke
- Stars-Jackets game rescheduled for April 9
- Flyers beat Penguins for second straight day
- Sharks shrug off Rangers to win 6th straight
MOST SENT STORIES ON ESPN.COM
- Reebok Women's Tampa Bay Lightning Steven Stamkos #91 Blue Premier Jersey