Blake Coleman‘s diving goal with two seconds remaining in the second period would be astonishing in itself except the winger has pulled off a similar highlight-reel play before. And before that, too.

Coleman’s second-period buzzer-beater proved to be the winner in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final on Wednesday, as the Lightning defeated the Montreal Canadiens 3-1 to take a 2-0 series lead.

The Lightning won Game 2 despite being outplayed by the Canadiens.

“It definitely was an unremarkable team game we had going on,” Cooper said.

Montreal outshot Tampa Bay 43 to 23 and had a 62.23 expected goals for percentage, according to Natural Stat Trick. The minus-20 shot differential is the second-largest negative differential by a team to win a Cup Finals game by multiple goals since 1960.

It was Coleman’s goal, breaking a 1-1 tie, that gave the Lightning an extra jolt heading into the third period.

The series now shifts back to Montreal for Game 3 on Friday. The Lightning increased their capacity to 18,600 for Game 2, but it won’t be the same environment on Friday. On Wednesday, Quebec health authorities denied the Canadiens’ proposal to increase their capacity to 50% — which equates to 10,500 fans — meaning the Bell Centre will have just 3,500 on hand for Games 3 and 4.