TAMPA – It's been nearly three weeks since the NHL went on pause amid the coronavirus pandemic. Teams sent their personnel into self-quarantine for a minimum of 14 days to ensure they did not show any symptoms of Covid-19. While there have been a total of seven NHL players that have been confirmed to have the virus (five from the Ottawa Senators, two from the Colorado Avalanche), the Tampa Bay Lightning have not reported any players of staff showing any symptoms or being tested.
During that timeframe, the Tampa Bay Lightning remained relatively quiet on the social media front and out of the me...
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