The Boston Bruins found another way to lose a late season game last night. Three times they took a one goal lead and three times they gave it up in the next minute for so.

In the end, Tampa Bay beat the Bruins 6-3. A fourth straight loss for the B's and throwing playoff hopes in serious jeopardy.

In the second period, David Pastrnak scored a powerplay goal only to have the Lightning strike 44 seconds later.

Then Zdeno Chara scored a shorthanded goal only to have TB score 24 seconds later.

And then Riley Nash scored a third Boston goal. 95 seconds later Tampa scores again.

The whole thing seemed to take the starch out of the Bruins. They never scored again. The Lightning scored three third period goals.

Boston falls to 38-30-6 and clinging to the last wildcard playoff spot.