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Phantoms Bring Back Veteran Jonathan Sim

The Phantoms have been slowly bringing back familiar names and faces to their organization in hopes to rekindle some successful hockey in Upstate New York.

They did so by bringing back 35-year-old AHL and NHL veteran Jonathan Sim. Sim signed a professional tryout contract with the Phantoms.

The Phantoms recently brought back a handful of former Phantoms -- Brian Boucher, David Laliberte, Scott Munroe and Danny Syvret.

Tampa Bay Lightning Early Season Notes And Numbers

 

After three games the Tampa Bay Lightning are 2-1 with four points and are first in the Southeast division. While it is all but impossible to glean much information from such a small sample of games, the Bolts are buying into Coach Guy Boucher’s platform and are showing signs of improvement on defense and in the net. "It’s going to be defense first. That’s our mindset, because we’ve got the offense," said Boucher. (Photo/Susan Ferlita)

Tampa Bay opened the season at home on Saturday night with a well earned 6-3 victory over division rival Washington. Martin St. Louis and Eric Brewer each scored two goa...