TAMPA, Fla. The Lightning pipeline has been among the deepest in hockey for the past several years.
Since general manager Steve Yzerman took over the team and brought in Al Murray to serve as director of scouting, the influx of young talent has elevated Tampa Bay from one of the bottom teams in the league to one of the elite. The homegrown talent, including the likes of Nikita Kucherov, Ondrej Palat and Brayden Point, is a big reason for that sustained success.
On Wednesday, the Lightning locked in another of those top rated prospects expected to help the team in the future.Tampa Bay signed 20...
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