PITTSBURGH — The Tampa Bay Lightning got good news Saturday about goaltender Ben Bishop but don’t know yet whether the Vezina Trophy finalist will be able to play in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals Monday night against the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Bishop injured his left leg in the first period of Game 1 while scrambling to get back into position in front of the net. He left the ice on a stretcher, but tests revealed no structural damage.

“Everything has been really good so far on Ben,” Lightning Coach John Cooper said Saturday. “Much better than the scene we saw, what happened when he was carted off.”

Backup Alexei Vasilevskiy made 25 stops in his first significant playing time since the end of the regular season, helping Tampa Bay earn a 3-1 win. The 21-year-old received plenty of help in front of him. The Lightning blocked 15 shots and kept Pittsburgh’s star-laden attack under wraps while building a three-goal lead.

Penguins defenseman Brian Dumoulin of Biddeford was also injured in Game 1, leaving the game late in the third period after Tampa Bay’s Ondrej Palat pushed twice as Dumoulin went back to retrieve the puck. The second bump sent Dumoulin headfirst into the end boards.

Dumoulin has been playing on Pittsburgh’s top defensive pairing with Kris Letang, who also sustained a headfirst hit into the boards from Ryan Callahan but was able to return to the ice.