TAMPA - The sounds of whistles echoing through the rink and skates swishing through the ice returned to Amalie Arena following a prolonged break for the Tampa Bay Lightning.
After five full days off for what amounts to the equivalent of a bye week that teams had in previous seasons prior to the pandemic, this sets up as a significant week for the Lightning. There may only be two games on the docket, but the one on the weekend lines up to one of the biggest regular season games in franchise history.
But before Tampa Bay looks to outside business, there is inside business to address. And the Lig...
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