TAMPA – With the NHL Draft in the rearview mirror, the Tampa Bay Lightning move full-speed ahead toward the business of the offseason and getting a roster ready for the 2021-22 season.
While the celebrations continue as the Stanley Cup makes its way around for summer vacation, the Lightning front office staff is hard at work trying to navigate the course toward putting together a roster to attempt a three-peat next season.
It won't be easy.
The first step began on Monday as the team issued seven qualifying offers to retain negotiating rights while allowing two to hit the free agent market, w...
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