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Breaking down Lightning goals in playoffs

Most playoff goals in Lightning history

Player Goals Gms

Marty St. Louis 33 63

Vinny Lecavalier 24 63

Brad Richards 18 45

Ruslan Fedotenko 12 42

Fredrik Modin 10 39

Sean Burgenheim 9 16

Steven Stamkos 8 19

Lighting the lamp

Among the Lightning's 70 playoff games, only nine have featured a combined nine or more goals:

Date Opp. No. Res.

April 25, '06 Ott. 12 8-4 L

May 17, '11 Bos. 11 6-5 L

April 23, '11 Pit. 10 8-2 W

April 16, '96 Phi. 10 7-3 L

Wednesday Mon. 9 5-4 L *

May 25, '11 Bos. 9 5-4 W

May 20 '04 Phi. 9 5-4 L *

April 12, '03 Was. 9 6-3 L

April 21, '96 Phi. 9 5-4 W *

* Overtime

Breaking down Lightning goals in playoffs 04/16/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 11:43pm]
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