Tampa Bay Lightning Most Likely to Be Playing Elsewhere in 2014-15

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Tampa Bay Lightning Most Likely to Be Playing Elsewhere in 2014-15
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Ryan Callahan headlines a group of Lightning players with uncertain futures.

The Tampa Bay Lightning's successful 2013-14 campaign ended in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, which turned the page to an offseason of questions with the roster. The Bolts have a handful of free agents, buyout candidates and cuts that project to a group of players likely to be playing elsewhere next season.

According to CapGeek, The Lightning have 15 roster players signed for next season and an estimated $23 million in cap space. Some big pieces are already locked up like Steven Stamkos, Victor Hedman, Matt Carle and Ben Bishop, but others will be at the negotiating table once free agency begins.

As the Bolts prepare for the impending free agency, here are the players that are most likely to be playing elsewhere in 2014-15.

 

 

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