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Lightning forward Barclay Goodrow and the Panthers' Brandon Montour were in the middle of a lot of pushing and shoving in Saturday's game. Both players are out for tonight's regular-season finale.
Add forward Barclay Goodrow to the list of banged up Lightning players.
The Tampa Bay captain was recognized for this year’s return from two core muscle surgeries.
The league determined that Maroon’s actions late in Saturday’s game vs. the Panthers warranted supplemental discipline.
Did the Lightning make a statement, despite the loss, with their physicality that will carry over into the postseason?

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  1. Lightning forward Barclay Goodrow and the Panthers' Brandon Montour were in the middle of a lot of pushing and shoving in Saturday's game. Both players are out for tonight's regular-season finale.
  2. Lightning center Steven Stamkos is this year’s Lightning nominee for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy, awarded each season to a player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to the game.
  3. The Lightning's Pat Maroon fights with the Panthers' Brandon Montour in the third period Saturday night at the BB&T Center in Sunrise.
  4. Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Luke Schenn loses his helmet during a brawl with Florida Panthers left wing Ryan Lomberg during the second period Saturday night in Sunrise.
  5. While at Columbus, John Tortorella led the Blue Jackets to four straight playoff appearances after the team qualified for the postseason just twice in its first 15 seasons.
  6. Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy (88) reacts after allowing a fourth goal by the Florida Panthers during the second period of an NHL hockey game on Saturday, May 8, 2021, in Sunrise, Fla. (AP Photo/Mary Holt)
  7. Lightning center Blake Coleman, right, celebrates with center Yanni Gourde and defenseman Victor Hedman after he scored a goal during second-period action at Amalie Arena on Friday.
  8. The Dallas Stars celebrate their goal making the score 5-1 as Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Curtis McElhinney (35) remains down in the net during third period action at Amalie Arena on Friday, May 7, 2021 in Tampa.
  9. Lightning captain Steven Stamkos skates in practice for the first time in nearly a month on Tuesday, a major step in his return from injury.
  10. Fans cheer while socially distanced as Lightning players celebrate an empty-net goal by left wing Ross Colton (79) during the third period of Wednesday's win over the Stars in Tampa. Lightning increasing Amalie Arena capacity to 7,000 fans for first playoff round.
  11. Washington Capitals and New York Rangers fight in the opening seconds of an game Wednesday in New York.
  12. Lightning center Tyler Johnson (9), left, celebrates his first-period goal with center Anthony Cirelli (71) Wednesday at Amalie Arena in Tampa.
  13. The Washington Capitals' Garnet Hathaway (21) fights with New York Rangers' Phillip Di Giuseppe (33) during the first period Wednesday in New York.
  14. Tampa Bay Lightning left wing Alex Killorn (17) shakes off Dallas Stars defenseman Miro Heiskanen (4) and beats goaltender Jake Oettinger (29) to score a goal as the Lightning go up 2-1 during second period action at Amalie Arena on Wednesday, May 5, 2021 in Tampa.
  15. The New York Rangers fired president John Davidson and general manager Jeff Gorton on Wednesday, according to multiple published reports.
  16. The Lightning will increase the seating capacity of Amalie Arena to 37 percent — approximately 7,000 fans — for the team’s upcoming first-round playoff series.
  17. The Washington Capitals' Tom Wilson (43) takes a roughing penalty against the New York Rangers' Artemi Panarin (10) during a game Monday in New York.
  18. Bucs tight end Rob Gronkowski skated with the Lightning toward the end of Tuesday's practice. More content of his visit will be released next week on his YouTube channel, The Gronks.
  19. Tampa Bay Lightning center Steven Stamkos, who hasn't played since April, was back on the ice Tuesday for practice.
  20. Brayden Point and the Lightning are 25-0-0 when leading after two periods this season. They were 10-0-0 when carrying a lead into the third during last year's run to the Stanley Cup.
  21. Lightning center Blake Coleman celebrates his goal against the Red Wings with right-wing Barclay Goodrow during the first period Sunday in Detroit.
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