BRANDON – The debate about the best late-season addition to an NHL roster starts and ends with the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Sure, general manager Julien BriseBois went out just ahead of the NHL trade deadline and made what they believe will be a big bolster to the blueline come postseason play.
But no team in the league - (looking at you Boston) - can say they brought in a recent MVP that challenged for a Conn Smythe Trophy and put up playoff scoring numbers not seen in more than a decade. It wasn't via trade but the return to full health for one of the league's top offensive stars that will give ...
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