Chicago – The Lightning draft table lacked much action on Saturday as the NHL Draft concluded with rounds two through seven inside the United Center.
The only noticeable activity came when Director of Scouting Al Murray would rise from his chair and go around to the other side of the table in the few minutes before Tampa Bay was scheduled to make a selection as Murray made a quick poll to ensure the rest of the staff was on board.
So the Lightning entered the day with five picks and ended the day making five selections – two defenseman and three forwards. Among them a pair of Russian players,...
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