TAMPA – In a normal training camp, it's about five days max before the Tampa Bay Lightning see a different opponent across the ice.
But, as we know in the age of COVID, this is anything but normal as the team is ramping up to be ready for the playoffs and not the regular season opener during this summer reboot camp. Through 13 days of camp, which includes two full scrimmages, the Lightning are ready to move on to the next phase.
That was the tone on Friday after completing the final scrimmage of camp, which featured a blazing Brayden Point, a sharp Curtis McElhinney, Ondrej Palat switching jer...
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