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The Tampa Bay Lightning are in position to capture their first Stanley Cup since 2004 as they play the Dallas Stars in Game 5 Saturday night in the Edmonton, Alberta, bubble.

A win would give them hockey’s biggest prize one year after they were part of one of hockey’s biggest upsets, swept in the first round by the Columbus Blue Jackets after a record-tying 62-win season.

The Lightning took a 3-1 series lead Friday night when Kevin Shattenkirk scored at 6:34 of overtime.

Both teams will have little time to prepare. The NHL has scheduled the first back-to-back nights in the championship round since 2009.

“Both teams are banged up, both teams are tired and you put it behind you as best as you can and you just lay it all on the line,” said Stars coach Rick Bowness.

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