TAMPA – The swishing sound of skates cascading across ice returned to Amalie Arena on Tuesday.
After two days off since winning their opening round series, the Tampa Bay Lightning returned to practice looking to ramp things up while looking ahead to the second round.
Only problem is, Tampa Bay does not know their opponent.
So without an opponent, there is still a plan in place and the Lightning set about doing just that on Tuesday.
The luxury of having finished off the New Jersey Devils in five games means additional time to rest and recover knowing it would be at least a few days before the ...
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