Timothy Bennett's blog
When the sun rises on Day 2 of the 2016 NHL Entry Draft in Buffalo, NY, the Tampa Bay Lightning will be waiting sitting with two picks (44, 58) in the 2nd round and already their safe 1st round pick of Brett Howden in their back pocket. We'd certainly like to see the Bolts swing for the fences with at least one of these two remaining Top-60 picks. Here's a quick list of players to watch that could be targets for the Lightning. I've grouped them into four groups, but as with typical later rounds, it's hard to pinpoint where certain players will be picked, if at all.
For those paying attention to the past three drafts by Steve Yzerman and Al Murray, the Tampa brain trust seems to cast an eye on at least one juniors or European player that can provide immediate help to the AHL affiliate or at least fast tracked to help the following season.
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Added a new link today to contracts up on the primary links bar above. This page is a storehouse for contract information about players in the organization, and initially contains the lists of upcoming restricted and unrestricted free agents.
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There's also a link on the top menu bar as well. I think you will find the BP boards to be full featured (including a user configurable ignore list) and a great place to go and talk with your friends about hockey or whatever interests you.
Just installed a couple of more new themes: Zen, Zen Classic, and MyDrual_Impact.
Each user can customize which theme they *see* when browsing the BP site by clicking My Account in the navigation panel in the left-side pane, and then selecting the Edit tab. Scroll down and you'll see a number of theme options. With these three new themes, there is currently 14 to choose from. Enjoy.
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As Santa delivered toys to all the good boys and girls, BP tech staff delivered a fresh new version of BP to its readers. And while the merits of this new software version will reveal itself in the weeks to come with added functionality, for now the main thing that you will see are some changed themes for you. Check them out by going to your Account and selecting the theme that feels right for you.