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Stars of the game

By Times Staff Writer
Published May 30, 2004


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Main story
Gary Shelton: Modin a frustrated witness to the struggle
John Romano: Urgency must replace Lightning's resiliency
Feisty Flames come ready for a rumble
From Vermont, with passion
Game 3: period by period
Goalie comparison
Richards sets aside everything for son
Slapshots
Sound bites
The pinch that didn't pay
Tortorella can't take Pratt out of lineup

STANLEY CUP FINALS AT A GLANCE:
Click on each score for the main story from each game
Best-of-7
(Lightning wins series 4-3)
Tuesday [5/25]: Calgary 4, Tampa Bay 1
Thursday [5/27]: Tampa Bay 4, Calgary 1
Saturday [5/29]: Calgary 3, Tampa Bay 0
Monday [5/31]: Tampa Bay 1, Calgary 0

JAROME IGINLA: Iggy Pop, they should call him. Not only does he drop the gloves to fight, he picks up a goal and an assist for the Flames. He might be the best player in the playoffs so far.

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MIIKKA KIPRUSOFF: He becomes the third goalie to post a shutout in all four rounds of the postseason. He was called upon only a handful of times to come up with big saves. He responded every time.

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CHRIS SIMON: The big guy's skills often are overlooked because he is such a good fighter. But he showed he can use his hands for more than punching people with his nifty goal, the key first goal of the game.

[Last modified May 30, 2004, 01:20:43]

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