It was only two games into the season, but Tampa Bay had already won five of their first six games and was leading the NHL with a 14-3-4 record.
But on Oct. 28, the Lightning took a 3-2 loss to the St. Louis Blues in which goalie Ben Bishop lost his second consecutive start.
Bishop made 12 saves in the loss, but the Blues scored three goals in the second period to send the game to overtime.
With Bishop on the ice, Tampa Bay went on a power play goal from defenseman Victor Hedman that gave the Lightning a 1-0 lead and a 2-1 lead in the third period.
Bishop had the chance to tie it up in the final minutes, but he was stopped on the penalty kill.
The Lightning went on to win the game and the series, but in the end it was all Lightning fans.
Bishop has made six straight starts since the All-Star break, but has yet to win a game.
He has one goal and three assists in his past four games, and has had some very poor performances.
The Lightning are currently in last place in the Atlantic Division and have dropped four straight.
On Sunday, the Bolts host the New York Islanders at 7 p.m.
CT at the American Airlines Center in Dallas.