Bishop passes concussion test, 'felt weak' after collision

Justin Cuthbert

While the Tampa Bay Lightning will leave Ottawa without two points, they may escape with the health of their franchise goaltender, Ben Bishop.

After the game, the second-year Bolt, via Erik Erlendsson of the Tampa Tribune, explained that he passed the mandatory concussion protocol, and is feeling much better after an inadvertent knee from teammate Nikita Kucherov stuck him in the back of the head and forced him from the game.

For video of the collision, follow the story stack below.