Vincent Lecavalier is amazing. He just is. The Bruins weren't on top of their game, and a very talented but struggling Lightning team crushed the Bruins.
The NHL's current point leader scored two goals in the first period against the Bruins. That wouldn't be the end of his day. Late in the second period the Bruins finally got on the board. On the power play, Glen Murray snapped one from Denis Wideman into the goal, giving the Bruins some hope. That hope was very short lived. Darthe immediately answered with a goal. Then in the third period, the Lightning closed the game with an incredible goal. Vincent Lecavalier was just sitting behind the net with the puck. He then found Martin St. Louis right in front of Thomas. St. Louis tipped in the puck, making it look easy. Vincent Lecavalier had two goals and an assist as he and the Lightning beat the Bruins 4-1.