Tyler Johnson’s broken wrist is “recovering on the time line” it’s supposed to, he told the Tampa Bay Times yesterday.
The dynamic Lightning forward has been able to remove the brace he was forced to wear and said he’s “going to do everything I possibly can to be ready” for training camp.
Johnson broke his right wrist in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final versus the Blackhawks. He went into the series as a legitimate Conn Smythe Trophy candidate, but was held to just one goal and one assist as Chicago beat the Bolts in six games.
Despite the injury, Johnson still finished the postseason with 23 points, tied for the lead with Patrick Kane.