On Tuesday, the Tampa Bay Lightning reported that they had marked 2020 draft pick, Jack Thompson, to a three-year ELC beginning next season. The 19-year-old defenseman was drafted in the third round and split his season between the third level of Swedish expert hockey and the AHL. Thompson was drafted out of the OHL and ought to be re-joining the Sudbury Wolves next season.
Thompson had nine objectives and 18 focuses in 18 games in Sweden, and aid his AHL debut, his solitary AHL game. He finished the season preparing with the Syracuse Crunch and setting up his mid-year for next season.
Thompson is one of only a handful few possibilities that Lightning fans got a very close gander at this season. All things considered, there is as yet far to go with the 2020 class, however, Thompson is certainly worth watching.
After the previous evening’s success, the Tampa Bay Lightning have taken two games from the Florida Panthers out and about prior to going to conceivably finish off the arrangement. The arrangement is a long way from being done, yet there’s a possibility.
The Orlando Solar Bears are as yet outwardly glancing in of the ECHL season finisher picture after another fair end of the week.
With his match dominating objective on Tuesday, Ondrej Palat has tied Martin St. Louis for second in untouched Lightning season finisher scoring.
Alex Killorn was likewise selected for the King Clancy Memorial Trophy by the Lightning. The honor is for administration and compassionate commitments and each group names a player.
Jon Cooper is protected after Steve Yzerman and the Detroit Red Wings broadened lead trainer Jeff Blashill.
It seems like the Vancouver Canucks are keeping Jim Benning after reports surfaced that he was getting terminated. The Canucks are obviously anticipating acquiring a previous player (or pair) into the front office to help support fan resolve and trust in the unremarkable administration bunch.
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