TAMPA – In capturing back-to-back Stanley Cup titles, one common element lined up on the opposing team in each season - veteran forward Corey Perry.
On the second day of free agency, Perry figured if you can't beat 'em, join 'em.
Perry signed a two-year contract with the Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursday that carries an annual salary cap hit of $1 million and brings his reputation as one of the type of players opponents hate to be up against but want on their team.
The Lightning also announced the resigning of one of their key restricted free agents.
But after bringing in three players on Wednes...
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