With the 2013 NHL Draft less than a month away, the Tampa Bay Lightning will be focused on building an effective draft strategy anchored by the No. 3 overall pick. There is always uncertainty in any draft, including every team’s best and worst-case scenarios.
The No. 3 pick will obviously be the main focus for the Lightning, but it won’t be the only important decision of the event. With some of the biggest superstars in franchise history nearing retirement, this draft could ease the pain of those losses.
There are four weeks left before the draft as we take a look at the best and worst-case scenarios for the Lightning.