Mathieu Joseph emerging as a valuable part of Tampa Bay Lightning lineup

Explain the unexplainable – why short time off the ice is too much time away

TAMPA - Taking time off from work means time to rest and relax, same for a butcher or baker or a candlestick maker. Or a hockey player.
Returning to work tends to bring rejuvenation and renewal.
Yet, when it comes to being off the ice, returning can be more like recovering from an all-night venture in Las Vegas the next morning. It can be a little shaky when taking that first step back out and there might be a few wobbles before things begin to feel familiar again.
Since Feb. 1, the Lightning have had breaks of six days, two days and five days away from the ice. And in those first games back, ...


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