Playoff Performer of the Night | Brayden Point

Brayden Point factored on every goal in the Tampa Bay Lightning's 4-2 win Thursday night. In doing so, the 22-year-old became the youngest player in franchise history to record such a feat in Stanley Cup Playoffs action.

Brayden Point factored on every goal in the Tampa Bay Lightning's 4-2 win Thursday night to help his team draw even in their Eastern Conference Second Round against the Boston Bruins.

Point (1-34) became the third player in club history to tally four points in a single Stanley Cup Playoffs game, but the youngest to do so at just 22 years and 48 days of age. He accomplished the feat with a trio of assists and an empty-netter scored at 19:34 in the third period to seal the game.

The Alberta-born forward's standout performance came after a 6-2 loss in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference series, in which he finished the night with an assist and a minus-five rating. His bounce-back effort should come as little to no surprise  his 12 regular-season game-winning goals were good for a share of the league-high, tied alongside Ted Lindsay Award finalist, Nathan MacKinnon.

''It feels good. I thought we played well,'' Point told reporters postgame. ''We had a tough night in Game 1. I thought we came back tonight knowing we'd end up better."

When Tampa Bay's head coach was asked if he considered mixing up his first line, which goes toe-to-toe with Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand, and David Pastrnak (who have, so far, combined for 12 goals and 41 points over five Bruins wins this postseason)  Jon Cooper didn't balk.

''I honestly didn't. ... We know they can do it. We have faith in them, and I thought they were outstanding tonight. The kid [Point]'s a hockey player and he competes hard,'' Cooper spoke of the confidence he has in his group. A group that as it turns out, also has confidence in one another.

''Trust me, if there was any talk of pulling him off that line, I think those three guys would have marched right into my room and said, `What are you doing?'''

Point, who earned the game's second star while leading Lightning forwards with 19:48 of ice time, is already proving he can leave a mark on Tampa Bay's franchise   he already has on some of the city's youngest residents.

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