Lightning's Brayden Point: Looks good playing at center
Point was moved to his natural position at center for the third period of Friday's game and he "didn't disappoint" coach Jon Cooper.
"Right now you're looking to see what different guys can do in situations," Cooper said. "Point is a natural center. We put him in there, and once again, he didn't disappoint." Point really clicked with Jonathan Drouin and the duo played as though the puck was attached by a string. Point could see more time at pivot if he can light a fire under Drouin's game.