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The Tampa Bay Lightning plan to keep Pavel Kubina out of the lineup while the team attempts to trade the veteran defenseman.
Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman announced the decision on Thursday.
Tampa Bay entered Thursday 13th in the Eastern Conference and is a longshot to make the playoffs.
Kubina has 110 goals and 382 points in 953 games. The 34-year old has 11 points and is plus-1 in 52 games this season.
The NHL trade deadline is Feb. 27.
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NHL teams are making their bid for Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Pavel Kubina, who officially stepped onto the trade block this week.The Lightning asked the offensive defenseman to waive his some of his no-trade protection by listing a list of teams he would move to. The team also told him he would not play (and thus risk injury) while the team attempted to trade him.Kubina is steaming...
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