Tampa Bay Lightning right wing Martin St. Louis celebrates Saturday after scoring against the Boston Bruins in the third period of Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals in Tampa, Fla. The Lightning won 5-3.
Feel the power
Lightning right wing Teddy Purcell celebrates after scoring his second goal against the Bruins in the second period of Game 4 of the Eastern Conference final Saturday in Tampa. The Lightning rallied from a three-goal first-period deficit to win the game 5-3 and even the series at 2-2.
Not his day
Lightning goalie Dwayne Roloson is unable to stop the puck on a goal by Bruins right wing Michael Ryder, one of three first-period goals the veteran goalie allowed. He would be replaced by Mike Smith, who shut the Bruins down the rest of the game, allowing the Lightning to win.
Eyes on the puck
Bruins left wing Milan Lucic and Lightning left wing Ryan Malone vie for the puck. Malone later assisted on Simon Gagne's game-winner for the Lightning in the third period.
Reach for it
Bruins left wing Daniel Paille reaches for the puck against Lightning defenseman Marc-Andre Bergeron.
Bruins center Patrice Bergeron, left, celebrates with Mark Recchi after Bergeron scored one of his two first-period goals against the Lightning. The Bruins opned a 3-0 lead in the first before allowing the Bolts to tie it up in the second and win it in the third.
Horton huffin' and puffin'
Bruins right wing Nathan Horton skates after the puck. Horton, who was red-hot in the first two rounds of the playoffs, has cooled somewhat in the conference finals.
Seeing the ice
Lightning forward Martin St. Louis surveys the scene as Bruins center Patrice Bergeron defends. St. Louis scored an empty-net goal to cap Tampa Bay's win.
Bruins defenseman Andrew Ference tries to defend against Lightning center Vincent Lecavalier. Lecavalier had an assist and five shots on goal in the game.
Quite a crowd
Lightning center Vincent Lecavalier shoots as Bruins goalie Tim Thomas defends his goal amid several other bodies around the crease. Thomas stopped 32 of the 36 shots he faced in the game.
Bruins center Rich Peverley and Lightning defenseman Marc-Andre Bergeron get into it in the third period. The Bruins were frustrated after seeing the Lightning score four straight goals to take the lead, and emotions boiled over in the third.
Shut 'em down
Lightning goalie Mike Smith reaches for the puck against the Bruins in the third period. Smith stopped all 21 shots he saw in relief of starting goalie Dwayne Roloson.
Can't beat him
A shot deflects off the shoulder of Lightning goalie Mike Smith as Bruins left wing Milan Lucic looks on. Could the Lightning turn to Smith as their starter in Game 5?
Shout it out loud
Lightning defenseman Mike Lundin congratulates Teddy Purcell after Purcell scored one of his two second-period goals.
Flipped in front
Lightning right wing Martin St. Louis puts the sends the puck toward the net as Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara closes in on him. St. Louis' empty-netter was his eighth tally of the postseason.
Lightning left wing Simon Gagne celebrates with center Steven Stamkos after scoring the game-winning goal in the third period. It was the fourth straight goal in the game for the Lightning, who fell behind by a 3-0 score in the first period.