BRANDON – When the salary cap constraints squeezed the Tampa Bay Lightning after winning a second Stanley Cup title back in July, it left some holes in the lineup heading into training camp.
Some of those were filled via free agency with some bargain contracts on veteran players. Not all of them, however.
That's where training camp, and perhaps more specifically preseason games, comes into account.
Get ready for a blitz of action as those position battles get underway with the first exhibition game on the docket in Carolina on Tuesday, the first of four preseason games over the span of five da...
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