TAMPA - There have not been many weeks on the Tampa Bay Lightning beat over the past 22 years than what this reporter experienced this past week.
Everything was moving along like any other training camp over the past 20 years before, even while there proved an ominous presence churning up the waters nearly 800 miles to the south.
Day-by-day, as things went along as routinely as previous camps with locker rooms open for interviews and (semi) regular sessions with Lightning head coach Jon Cooper. But like many of us on the west coast of Florida, every regular routine was disrupted and things wer...
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