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.
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