The Tampa Bay Lightning decided to move down and out of Round 1 on Friday night, landing themselves one more pick to give them 10 in total to use today in Rounds 2-7. So who's on the radar?
The Tampa Bay Lightning pick up extra picks tomorrow in moving down via a trade with the New York Islanders.
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Rumors, speculation, hearsay and a cache of nine selections in the draft for the Lightning this year. Follow our coverage of the event here.
During last year's draft, Steve Yzerman was very flexible at the draft table, moving both up and down while targeting specific players at specific spots. Might we see that again at the 2015 NHL Entry draft?
The Tampa Bay Lightning are always looking for more skilled centers to add to the prospect pool; might Jansen Harkins be the latest?
We take a look at (yes another) Russian winger the Tampa Bay Lightning might select at the NHL Entry Draft in Sunrise on June 26-27.
Compiling various mock drafts from around the web, who do the experts, scouts, and media members project the Tampa Bay Lightning to select with the 28th overall selection in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft?
With the 28th selection in the SB Nation NHL Mock Draft, Raw Charge selects C/LW Anthony Beauvillier, from the Shawinigan Cataractes of the QMJHL.
The skilled Russian winger looks like the prototypical Tampa Bay Lightning pick, and he's likely to still be on the board when pick 28 rolls around.
The next entry in our series of profiles of draft targets for the Tampa Bay Lightning focuses on this big winger out of the WHL, who presents an interesting question of draft strategy.
The Tampa Bay Lightning hold 9 selections in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, June 26-27 at BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida.
The Tampa Bay Lightning might look to add Swedish defenseman Oliver Kylington at 28th overall.