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Their third-period comeback attempt in Game 4 on Saturday fell a goal short, but they are convinced it was good enough to spark them into arguably their best performance of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, an 8-0 win in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Semifinals against the New York Islanders at home Monday. The Islanders have been outscored 17-8 in first periods in 17 games in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, including 5-1 against the Lightning, and have been outshot 217-151 in first periods during the playoffs, including 69-40 in this series. The Islanders have yet to lead after the first period in the playoffs and have allowed the first goal in 11 of their 17 games. -- Tom Gulitti, staff writer There was one playoff game Monday:Tampa Bay Lightning 8, New York Islanders 0: Steven Stamkos scored 45 seconds into Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Semifinals at Amalie Arena in Tampa, and the Lightning never let up, taking the lead in the best-of-7 series and making a statement. Staff writer Mike Zeisberger with the story.Despite their overtime loss in Game 4 and having to play the crucial Game 5 on the road, the Canadiens are comfortable and confident ahead of facing the Golden Knights on Tuesday, reports Zeisberger.Steven Stamkos sparked the Lightning by scoring two goals, including one 45 seconds into the first period, in their 8-0 win against the Islanders in Game 5.

As said here by Nicholas J. Cotsonika