As the Eastern Conference finals whittle down to a best-of-three series starting tonight with Game 5, there is just as much focus on who will play goal for Tampa Bay as there is with Boston's three-goal collapse in Game 4.

So who exactly does Guy Boucher turn to for tonight's pivotal matchup against the Boston Bruins — the No.?1 guy who brought Tampa Bay this far or the reliever who shut the door in Game 4 to allow the Lightning's historic comeback?

Well, Boucher refuses to tip his hand, at least definitively if he plans on starting Dwayne Roloson or Mike Smith. And whether he's playing mind games to give the Bruins one more thing to think about heading into tonight or actually needs additional time to come to a decision, Boucher continues to give the impression that Roloson is starting tonight, but has stopped short of making that declaration.

"I don't feel like we've got a situation," Boucher said. "We've got a goaltender (Roloson) that has taken us here. He's played really well, and he's getting prepared for (tonight). We've got a goaltender (Smith) that came in relief and he's done really well. So every time we ask him to come in, he's played well. And we've got a goaltender that has taken us here that knows how to win and knows how to bounce back. So don't feel there's a situation there."

So, that means it's Roloson, right, coach?

"Roloson is getting ready for tomorrow," Boucher said.

Well, for what it's worth, Smith said Sunday he's quite certain it will be Roloson who gets the call even after Smith stopped all 21 shots he saw in relief in Saturday's Game 4 comeback effort.

"I think Dwayne has played exceptional all playoffs long," Smith said. "One period we turn the puck over and it ends up in the net. It's not the fault of him, it's just the team kind of struggled in front of him, so I'm sure he'll come back and be ready to go.