Video: Maple Leafs Jack Campbell Makes Game-Saving Stop in Game 3

The Toronto Maple Leafs pulled out Game 3 vs. the Tampa Bay Lightning and from start to finish they have goaltender Jack Campbell to thank. "Soup" would stop 32 of 34 shots on Friday night and none was better than his unbelievable save late in the third period on a Steven Stamkos one-timer.

The Lightning were trailing by one and had all of their big guns on the ice when Nikita Kucherov put one on a tee for Stamkos with a cross-seam pass and the one-timer was somehow stopped by Campbell in miraculous fashion. The Lightning's captain had this to say about the shot:

I got everything (on that) and then some. It was a great save.

While Maple Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe admitted it was a 'game-saving save',  Auston Matthews had this to say about what Campbell's game does for the rest of the group:

He gives us confidence every time he's out there. He's talkative, he chats out there, he has a lot of fun out there and I think that's the most important part for him. When he's playing really well, he's having a lot of fun out there. You could see that in his play tonight. He had some really big saves tonight but I don't think any bigger than that one at the end of the third.

In 10 career Stanley Cup playoff games, Campbell owns a .931 save percentage. This however, was likely the biggest stop of them all:

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