TAMPA, Fla — After Game 5, the Tampa Bay Lightning remain one win away from hoisting the Stanley Cup.
The Bolts tried to get it done Saturday night but were bested by the Dallas Stars 3-2 in double overtime. It was the Bolts' fourth multiple-overtime game this season.
Now, the Lightning’s next shot at taking home the championship is at 8 p.m. Monday.
Game coverage below from our live blog:
Here we go again! It's into double overtime for Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final
It wouldn't be a Lightning game if we didn't go to overtime. The Stars and Bolts sit at 2-2. The next goal gets it done.
Dallas ties things up once again with less than 7 minutes left on the clock.
Dallas gets a power play late in the third. This is an important penalty kill for the Lightning. Score stands at 2-1.
That's how we like to start the third! Mikhail Sergachev finds the goal with a 94 mph shot, through traffic to bring the Bolts a one-goal lead
Heading into the third all tied up!
Can't stop, won't stop celebrating the Bolt's first goal of the night. Let's get on the board with another!
Dallas secures their first power play of the night as Carter Verhaeghe gets called for a penalty.
We said, what we said! 👏
GOAL! Ondrej Palat finds the back of the goal to tie things up early in the second period of tonight's game.
One down, two to go! As we head into intermission the score stands 1-0 with the Stars leading the Bolts.
Dallas gets on the board first for Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final with a goal by Corey Perry. Score: 1-0
Lightning secure the first power play of the game as Dallas' Seguin is called for high-sticking.
Did you get chills? Because we just did. Lightning are taking the ice for Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final.
Get ready Bolts fans! Here is tonight's starting line-up
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