Despite limited mobility because of an undisclosed injury, Bishop made 36 saves and didn't have to face many rapid-fire shot attempts. He made a lot of first saves and got help from the fortress of Lightning players who cleared pucks out of dangerous areas.
The Blackhawks, who trail the best-of-7 series 2-1, need to make that task more difficult in Game 4 at United Center on Wednesday (8 p.m. ET; NBCSN, CBC, TVA Sports).
"I wasn't paying attention to it as much," Blackhawks defensemen Brent Seabrook said of Bishop's injury issues. "I don't know if I just didn't see it or what, but I think you want to continue to do the things that we do. Get bodies to the net. Get pucks there. Try and get good looks and get him moving a little bit. It's pretty much just directing pucks and bodies at the net and trying to make him work in there."