Chicago – The Lightning headed in to Friday’s first round of the NHL Entry Draft looking to make an impression.
Tampa Bay instead left with a big Foote.
Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman kept hold of the first round pick and selected defenseman Callan Foote, the son of former NHL defenseman Adam Foote, who was a stalwart on the Colorado Avalanche during the team’s run of success.
The younger Foote - who wears a size 16 skate - may not have the same nastiness in his game that his father played with, but Cal Foote brings a competitive fire to his game to go with a strong hockey IQ, accord...
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