The Tampa Bay Lightning offense features a dynamic and versatile group of forwards who will only get better in 2014-15. With centers who can play wing in a typical 12-forward lineup, the Bolts have the ability to shuffle lines to create mismatches.
In the Montreal playoff series, the Lightning used Steven Stamkos on the wing while fellow center Tyler Johnson stepped into the top-line role. Similarly, Johnson has played wing at times as part of the constant shuffling done by coach Jon Cooper.
With some big additions coming to the Lightning lineup, like No. 3 overall draft pick Jonathan Drouin making his NHL debut, the forward lines could be even more dangerous next season. Here are four full lines of forwards we could see for the Bolts in 2014-15.