BRANDON - Something looks a little different about Brayden Point this season.
Despite everything Point has already accomplished in his first six seasons in the National Hockey League with the Tampa Bay Lightning, Point's game looks more confident, more in control, more brash for a player who is naturally humble.
Point's game looks like it has gone to a new level, and it has the 27-year-old center so close to hitting one of hockey's hallowed numbers that blocking the thought out over the final three weeks of the regular season will be a challenge.
But reaching that hallowed number means somethi...
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