Tampa Bay Lightning's number one goaltender Ben Bishop returned to the lineup Tuesday night against the New York Rangers, as confirmed by Lightning beat writer Missy Zielinski. As previously reported, Bishop was placed on injured reserve after spraining his wrist. Bishop missed the last four games. In his absence, the team split the games with two wins and two losses.The Bolts are definitely glad to have him back in front of the net with the great season he's having so far. Prior to Tuesday night, he has a 1.86 GAA and .935 save percentage.The Lightning are currently in a very tight race at the top of the Atlantic division. Both the Boston Bruins and the Montreal Canadiens are only within a few points in the standings. All three of these teams have a comfortable lead against the Detroit Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs, who are currently fighting for the two wild card spots.