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But a Game 2 win, and a split in Vegas, could change the trajectory of that series.Meanwhile, the Tampa Bay Lightning evened up their series with the New York Islanders, though the game was not without controversy.Check out the ESPN NHL Playoffs Daily to catch up every day of the postseason until the Stanley Cup is handed out in July.More: Playoff schedule | Playoff CentralGame 2: Montreal Canadiens at Vegas Golden Knights | 9 p.m. ET (Knights lead 1-0)The Golden Knights did a lot of things right in Game 1, but one thing in particular was a key to their win: scoring the first goal, courtesy of Shea Theodore in the first period. Jan Rutta, D, Tampa Bay LightningThe biggest goal of Game 2 was scored by Rutta, as the defenseman lasered a shot into the top far corner at 2:16 of the third period for the 3-1 lead. They had seven guys," said Trotz after the game, far less animated than he was on the bench after it happened.While the Lightning celebrate a goal in their Game 2 win, Islanders coach Barry Trotz realizes there were six Tampa Bay players on the ice.The Lightning have not suffered consecutive playoff losses since their first-round sweep at the hands of the Columbus Blue Jackets in 2019.

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