Shelton: Where’s the Hockey, Where’s the Outrage?

Anders Lindback did not pitch a shutout in the Lightning’s home opener Tuesday night. He did not stop 27 shots, including a stand-on-his-head game-saver in the final minute. He did not make you think the shortcoming at goalie has been solved by his arrival.


Marty St. Louis did not defy the calendar one more time. He did not pick an opponent’s pocket and speed down the ice before sliding another winning goal into another net. After looking as young as ever, St. Louis did not crack a joke about how much older he is getting.


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