Jonathan Drouin

#27 LW / Tampa Bay Lightning / EXP: 1YRS Height: 5-11 Weight: 186 lb Age: 21 College: None

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    Lightning's Jonathan Drouin: Scores only goal for Lightning in Game 7 loss

    Drouin scored the lone goal for the Lightning to go along with two PIM and four hits during Thursday's 2-1 loss to Pittsburgh in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals. If you watched the entirety of Drouin's playoff run, you probably wouldn't guess he spent a decent chunk of the season with AHL Syracuse. In 21 games played with Tampa Bay this year, the winger notched four goals and six helpers. However, the 21-year-old came alive in the postseason, totaling five markers and nine apples in just 17 outings. Drouin is poised for an increased role next year after his productive stretch during the playoffs.

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    Lightning's Jonathan Drouin: Scores for second straight game in loss Monday

    Drouin scored for the second game in a row in Monday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Penguins in Game 2. The goal brings the 2013 first-overall pick up to 11 points in 12 playoff games this year, which is quite an achievement after he spent all but 21 games in the AHL this season. Monday also marked the fourth time this postseason that Drouin has received over 19 minutes of ice time (19:37), so he's very much being relied upon to deliver the goods for a Tampa club missing superstar captain Steven Stamkos (blood clot).

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    Lightning's Jonathan Drouin: Returns after concussion protocol to set up goal

    Drouin took a hard hit to the head in the second period of Tuesday's game and was put through concussion protocol before returning to the game in the third period. He set up the game-tying goal against the Islanders upon his return. He had been carrying the puck down the right wing and made a move at the blue line to cut toward center. Isles' defender Thomas Hickey had Drouin in the trolley tracks and hit him hard, snapping his head back abruptly. He returned in the third and was on the ice late with Ben Bishop pulled. Drouin's remarkable vision and passing skills found Nikita Kucherov who made no mistake on the tying goal. Drouin has had a great postseason and may be in the midst of changing the Bolts' long-term view of him.

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    Lightning's Jonathan Drouin: Notches three power-play assists

    Drouin was dynamite on the man advantage as the Lightning took a 3-1 series lead after winning Game 4 on Tuesday. The Lightning raved about how good Drouin looked after his team-imposed suspension and they weren't kidding. Despite getting all three points came on the power-play, Drouin registered the first assist on two occasions, and used his speed and stickhandling to create space on offense. More astute poolies would've bought low on Drouin in playoff pools. Without Steven Stamkos (blood clot), the Lightning will be looking to get offense from Drouin and Nikita Kucherov.

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    Lightning's Jonathan Drouin: Likely to be in top six to start playoffs

    Drouin, who was a healthy scratch in 20 of 26 playoff games last season, will likely be in the Lightning's top six to start Game 1 against the Red Wings, reports the Tampa Bay Times. He's been pretty good since his call-up and notched a goal in each of his first two games. Drouin has great talent and the Bolts will need that to help them get through the injuries that have beset them of late.

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    Lightning's Jonathan Drouin: Gets game-winner in return to NHL

    Drouin scored the game-winning goal Thursday against the Devils in his return to NHL. The Bolts suspended Drouin back in January after the team refused to trade him. He asked to come back in March and returned to the AHL on March 7, scoring nine goals in a 10-game span. An injury to Steven Stamkos provided the opening for a call-up and he delivered. Drouin could be a solid option for your postseason pools -- he'll come cheap and he's motivated to punch his ticket out of town.

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    Lightning's Jonathan Drouin: Returns to Tampa Bay

    Drouin (lower body) was recalled from AHL Syracuse on Thursday, Erik Erlendsson of the Tampa Tribune reports. Drouin is just 21 years old, but has already appeared in 19 games for the Lightning this season after collecting 70 appearances in 2014-15. With Steven Stamkos (blod clot) out for at least a month, the young winger will provide Tampa Bay with offensive depth, and should see plenty of time on the ice, given his health.

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    Lightning's Jonathan Drouin: Dealing with lower body injury

    Drouin -- who remains with AHL Syracuse -- is day-to-day with a lower body injury, Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Drouin hasn't appeared in an NHL game since Dec. 30, but the injury that will keep Lightning star Steven Stamkos out of action for at least a month could potentially open the door for Drouin to re-enter the big club's forward mix, assuming his current lower body issue doesn't linger.

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    Lightning's Jonathan Drouin: Serving one-game AHL suspension

    Drouin was suspended for one game with AHL Syracuse for missing a team meeting, the Associated Press reports. The 20-year-old -- well, he turns 21 next week -- has been looking pretty good since returning to AHL action after having his organizational suspension lifted, notching six points (five of them goals) and 25 shots in five games. He's only going to sit one out due to this latest team discipline, but it's still not good to see Drouin making news for the wrong reasons.

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    Lightning's Jonathan Drouin: Suspension lifted, heads back to AHL

    Drouin has had his suspension lifted by the Lightning and is reporting to AHL Syracuse on Monday, the Tampa Bay Times reports. Well, this is surprising. Drouin apparently called GM Steve Yzerman following the trade deadline to express his interest in getting back out on the ice, and he's returning to action just in time to be eligible for the AHL postseason. Yzerman also didn't rule out bringing Drouin back to the NHL level down the stretch. The 20-year-old winger got off to a slow start with the Crunch earlier this year, putting up only three points in seven contests before he was suspended by the organization for skipping a game in January. It could be that this is a breakthrough in the Bolts' relationship with their 2013 No. 3 overall pick, but we still can't rule out an offseason change of area code.