Good evening, Bolts Nation! Welcome to today’s edition of The Daily Bolt where we bring you all the latest and greatest news and updates from not just here in the Bolts Nation, but around the entire world of hockey.
As the clock ticks on, we can officially mark another day off the calendar.
The good news is, this means we are one day closer to the 2014-15 Tampa Bay Lightning Hockey Season.
Just in case you are one of the people like me who are counting the days, there are now 75 days left until the 2014-15 Lightning Home Opener.
There have been so many roster changes over the course of the off-season that the Bolts are essentially a new team. It will be interesting to see how everyone will work together on the ice and if Steve Yzerman has finally found the proper puzzle pieces to finish the big picture here in Hockey Paradise.
While we ponder topics like this and more, let’s take a look at what is going on around the National Hockey League today.
Stamkos Says the Lightning Can Compete for the Stanley Cup (Tampa Bay Lightning)
NHL: Free agent goalies looking for work (FanSided)
Flames sign Sam Bennett, fourth pick in draft (NHL.com)
Five Canadiens Likely to Surprise in 2014-15 (A Winning Habit)
Toronto Maple Leafs Made A Good Move Bringing In Kyle Dubas (Editor in Leaf)
Washington Capitals Sign Nathan Walker To Entry Level Contract (Stars and Sticks)
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