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The goalies

By Times Staff
Published June 1, 2004

[Times photo: Dirk Shadd]
Khabibulin and Corey Stillman stave off the attempt of Calgary's Jarome Iginla.
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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

MIIKKA KIPRUSOFF

SHOTS FACED: 24 SAVES: 23

COMMENT: He wasn't tested much but made a handful of stellar saves when needed. He was beaten only, during a five-on-three by a well-placed shot with several players in front of him.

NIKOLAI KHABIBULIN

SHOTS FACED: 29 SAVES: 29

COMMENT: As he has done throughout the playoffs, he came back strong after a Lightning loss. He maintained his focus with the Lightning protecting its shaky lead.

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