TAMPA - After a three-month absence from the Tampa Bay Lightning lineup, the two-time defending Stanley Cup champions will welcome back one of the top players in the National Hockey League when the host the Calgary Flames.
But as is the case on a daily basis with the Lightning over the past couple of weeks, it doesn't mean the roster will be at full strength when the puck drops at 7 p.m. inside Amalie Arena.
When Nikita Kucherov went down with an injury in game number three on the season in Washington, it sent some shock waves through the team. After missing all of last seasons' abbreviated 56...
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