"I gave us a chance to win," he said. "I would have liked obviously to seal the deal in the end. I got a point I guess." That's it really, that's all the Lightning are looking for at this point in goal. A guy that gives them a chance to win the game. For a while it had been Mathieu Garon , the veteran, who had turned into that serviceable goalie. Behind him the Lightning have come crawling back from the dead and into the playoff race. Then he tore his groin (ouch) and will be on the shelf for the next 3-4 weeks. His backup Dwayne Roloson has been, well, downright awful this season. He'll still play, but if they are going to continue their late push, he'll need help. So that leaves the options as being either Tokarski or finding a goalie in Europe. If Thursday was an indication, Tokarski might get another shot or two, so long as he can stand on his skates. "You've got to come up here and impress and that's what I want to do, to stick around," Tokarski said. "And for the future too. I got to keep proving myself and not take anything for granted." For more on this article Click Here. By Brian Stubits | NHL Blogger