BRANDON - The Tampa Bay Lightning possess one of the feared power play units in the National Hockey League.
One the left side of the ice is a two-time Rocket Richard Trophy winner and a 100-point scorer. At the point is a Norris Trophy winner and a 20-goal, 80-point defenseman. In the bumper spot is a 40-goal, 90-point forward who led the league in power play goals just a few seasons ago. And at the right side is a former MVP, two-time 100-point performer who is averaging 1.10 points per game and at 1.18 points per game is the second best since the start of the 2104-15 season.
That's what make...
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