Tuesday’s Wrongs, Angry Coaches, Complacency Issue, Burying Limping Boston & More; It’s Your Lightning Podcast

March 16th, 2018

The Bolts endure a disastrous Tuesday but are still in good position to make their mark in an all-important Saturday matchup with Boston. Plus: It’s time to have that talk about the Bolts. Complacency can get the better of them sometimes. What does it mean and who takes the blame?

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3 Responses to “Tuesday’s Wrongs, Angry Coaches, Complacency Issue, Burying Limping Boston & More; It’s Your Lightning Podcast”

  1. derrickbrooksforGM Says:


  2. DBS Says:

    They have been like turning off a light switch. Bad thing is you know it’s coming. And you can guarantee if they have a 1 goal lead in the 3rd some fool is going to give the other team a Power Play and they will score. And the breakaways have been unreal. Just a lot of stupid mistakes. Marshand is the one doing most of the damage for Boston now. Let’s hope they have enough in them to keep up with him.

  3. Herb Says:

    I agree with Tom.

    I’m starting to get a little concerned that Jon Cooper is not the head coach who is ever going to lead the Lightning to a Stanley Cup. I’ve watched games this year where Cooper is clearly being out-coached by his peers. Granted you can’t win them all and the Lightning do have the best record in the league but there seems to be a recurring theme where teams who out-hustle us have little trouble overcoming our talent level. Add to that what looks like a group of confused defensive players who don’t seem to have much confidence. They look totally out of sorts at times. Is that a coaching problem?