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While the Pittsburgh Penguins had their share of scoring opportunities in the first period, they could not get a puck by Dwayne Roloson. The Lightning got on the board late in the first and would continue to strike throughout the game, as the Penguins found themselves down, 7-0, midway through the third.
Led by Steven Stamkos' three-point night, the Lightning would rely on whatever momentum gathered in Game 5 to carry over into a pivotal Game 6, trailing the series, 3-2.