Ben Bishop (wrist) hopes to be fully healed by the time the regular season starts.
Lightning coach Jon Cooper is a strong believer that the 2013-14 campaign wasn't a fluke for number one goaltender Ben Bishop.
Ben Bishop is on the mend but his surgically-repaired wrist isn't completely healed yet.
Ben Bishop faced some shots last week for the first time since he underwent wrist surgery in April.
Ben Bishop (wrist) is expected to resume skating this week.
Goaltender Ben Bishop has agreed to a two-year contract extension with the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Ben Bishop said the 2013-14 season "almost feels like it was incomplete" after he was forced to sit out the end of the year with a wrist injury and a dislocated elbow.
Ben Bishop has been busy rehabbing his surgically-repaired wrist.
Ben Bishop had successful wrist surgery on Tuesday to repair a torn ligament.
Ben Bishop will have surgery on his wrist Tuesday.
Ben Bishop may be a candidate for a less involved surgery on his right wrist which would cut down his rehabilitation time.
Ben Bishop has been nominated for the Vezina Trophy.
Ben Bishop will spend his off-season recovering from ligament surgery on his right wrist.
The injury that kept Ben Bishop out of the playoffs was a dislocated elbow.