The NHL Draft leaves the Tampa Bay Lightning unaffected and picking third.
The draft order for the 2013 NHL draft starts getting hammered out tonight, and the landing spot for WHL defenseman Seth Jones (projected to go first overall during the draft) will be much more clear.
Day two of the 2012 NHL Draft is getting underway this morning from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Feel free to stop by and comment as the day progresses about the Tampa Bay Lightning selections in the draft.
The fans had been lusting after a goalie since the close of the 2012 NHL season. They'd keyed in on a goalie selected during the 2012 NHL draft. And at the 19th selection of the first round, GM Steve Yzerman made dreams come true.
In an unpredictable first round of the drat, the Tampa Bay Lightning take part in a run on defense while selecting Slater Koekkoek 10th overall.
With the 22nd day of June in the year 2012, the National Hockey League selects to begin its 2012 NHL Entry Draft. Join us four discussion of the 1st round of the draft.
Needs, wants, and bes-on-the-board... Our #10 overall selection in teh SB Nation 2012 mock draft fills an organizational need...
With less than a month until the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, mock drafts of what the Lightning will do are becoming easier to find, with little consistency.
With the Detroit Red Wings early exit from the 2012 NHL playoffs, the Tampa Bay Lightning secures a mid-first round draft choice.
The first step (not really, but it fits for a narrative) to the NHL Entry draft in Pittsburgh is this evening with the Draft Lottery.
Steve Yzerman goes with the London Knights Russian Center with Tampa Bay's 1st pick in the 2011 NHL Draft.
SB Nation's 2011 NHL Mock Draft continues with the #27th overall selection by the Tampa Bay Lightning.
You be the GM: What position should the Lightning take with their first round pick? The Raw Charge Question of the week.
Former Everett Silvertips defenseman Radko Gudas signed his entry-level contract with the Tampa Bay Lightning on Monday.
The final part to our draft reflections series... It touches on up-and-coming prospects. It also looks at some of the numbers from Lightning GM's and their successes.
2002 was not a stand-out draft class of all-stars for the Lightning, but it was one of Jay Feaster's most successful in providing NHL players.