With just five games left in the regular season, the Lightning are playing catch-up.
While the team is already on pace for the worst-ever record in the Eastern Conference, the defense is also on the verge of being a much better unit.
Here are five reasons the Lightning could be one of the best in the league this season.
The Lightning have an exciting young defense They are the second-best team in the NHL at limiting goals.
After finishing dead last in goals against, the team has set an NHL record for the fewest goals allowed per game in the first two months of the season.
That puts them at the top of the league in goals allowed, which is an impressive achievement considering that they finished 27th in goals per game last season.
The defense is set up to be even more dangerous this season thanks to the additions of two first-round picks and a second-round pick in 2018.
They have a lot of young pieces and they are ready to take on the league’s top teams.
They are also looking to be one the best defensive teams in the game this season, thanks to a combination of the new addition of the No. 1 pick in the draft, the addition of two rookies and the signing of a player to a multiyear extension.
The most important thing for the defense will be finding a way to keep up with the speed of the NHL game and keeping it honest.
The team will likely rely on young players like Alex Killorn and Anton Volchenkov to lead the way on defense.
Killorn is expected to get more ice time and the Lightning have some young defenders who could be on the way soon, but they also have some veteran players who will likely play a key role on the defensive side of the puck.
The No. 2 pick in next year’s draft will help the Lightning to get better with younger players The No, 2 pick is likely to help the defense, especially in terms of playing time, and it is possible that the team will trade up to pick up another first-rounder to get one of them.
The third pick in this year’s NHL Draft is a strong pick.
It could go one of two ways, either the Lightning take a player who has shown the ability to play at a high level or a player with a high ceiling who might not play that well in the National Hockey League.
The player could be a top-end player, like the No, 10 pick who played well in his draft year, or he could be someone like the third-round selection, the No., 14 pick who is coming off a solid season.
This pick could also come down to the NHL Trade Deadline, which will be at 7 p.m.
ET on Tuesday.
A top-10 defense will help them contend for the Stanley Cup The Lightning are hoping that the defense can help them to contend for a playoff spot.
They will be looking to bounce back from a disappointing season last season, which saw them finish 22nd in goals and tied for 22nd with 24th in total goals allowed.
They struggled with consistency in their end of the ice, scoring fewer goals per 60 minutes than the rest of the teams in hockey and allowing the most shots on goal per 60 in the League.
That should help them in the upcoming season, and the addition and addition of a young player like Alexey Marchenko, who is a dynamic player, could help the team improve its defensive game.
The Bolts will have a good team atmosphere They are in a rebuilding mode and this team will have to be in a lot better shape than it is right now if it wants to compete for a Stanley Cup in 2017-19.
The organization will have the resources and the talent to compete in the playoffs, but the Lightning should have a top four defense and a top six offense.
The club will also have a young core of young players that can help the organization to compete this season while maintaining a strong culture.
The addition of Tyler Johnson and the additions to the defense this summer will also help the Bolts this season to be a strong defense.
There is a lot to like in this defense The Lightning defense is a deep, talented group that has a lot going for it.
It has some young players who are expected to be big pieces for the future, and they have players who have the potential to be great contributors for years to come.
However, it’s also a young defense that could see some injuries.
The biggest question mark will be the goaltending.
The roster is full of young, talented goaltenders who have shown some promise.
They include two first round picks and an additional third-rounder in 2018, and two of those picks have already been traded.
They also have players like Victor Hedman, a free agent, who could help in the future.
They’re also looking for veteran help in goal and it’s difficult to imagine a scenario where the Lightning doesn’t improve its goal differential this