Yes, the Tampa Bay Lightning made a couple bad defensive mistakes in Monday's 4-2 loss to the Senators and goaltender Dwayne Roloson failed to bail them out a couple of times with saves he should have made. But what really has burned coach Guy Boucher and his players recently is their missed scoring chances. Just listen to wing Marty St. Louis: "This season has been hard," he said. "I feel like the past two or three years, the amount of scoring chances that we generate with nothing to show for it is at a three-year high, I would say. That could weight in a lot on your mind and make you think about things. You just have to be honest with your game and your assessment of your game. I feel we deserve better as a team."