The Lightning scored three goals that were shot from directly below the goal line against the Caps. One goal, scored by Teddy Purcell, redirected perfectly off of Mike Green's skate into the upper right corner of the net past Tomas Vokoun.
Sadly enough, it was the first "shot" of the game and, subsequently, the first goal against Tomas Vokoun. That doesn't help any goalie's confidence.
Although Vokoun seemingly picked it up later, and specifically in overtime, he also let in two other garbage goals through the course of the game.
A .821 save percentage with five goals allowed is very concerning for Tomas Vokoun and Washington in general.
That being said, this is not the first time the Lightning have scored from that area. It seemed as if every game against the Capitals during the 2011 postseason saw the Lightning putting a "garbage" goal in the Washington net.
It appears as if the Lightning may have found a glaring hole in Washington's defense. Look for them to continue to exploit it throughout the season.