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After a pair of defeats, members of the Tamp Bay Lightning got a scolding from their coach. They decided to test their skills with a game of "strip shootout." Each time a player failed to score, he lost a piece of equipment. Nobody actually ended up naked on the ice. But Marty St. Louis lost his helmet, elbow pads, gloves, jersey, shoulder pads and both skates before finally scoring a goal.

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Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. Players for the Tampa Bay Lightning do not need to prove how tough they are. After a pair of defeats, the hockey team got a scolding from the coach. So they decided to test their skills with a game of strip shootout. Each time a player failed to score, he lost a piece of equipment. Nobody actually ended up naked on the ice, but Martin St. Louis lost his helmet, elbow pads, gloves, jersey, shoulder pads and both skates - then finally scored a goal.

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