Lightning Offseason: Tampa Bay Re-Signs Adam Hall And J.T. Wyman

PHILADELPHIA - NOVEMBER 18: Adam Hall #18 of the Tampa Bay Lightning scores at 8:36 of the first period against the Philadelphia Flyers and is joined in the celebration by teammate Nate Thompson #44 at the Wells Fargo Center on November 18 2010 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

The Tampa Bay Lighting announced the re-signing of a pair of forwards Friday afternoon.

The Tampa Bay Lightning re-signed a pair of forwards on one-year deals on Friday afternoon, Adam Hall and J.T. Wyman. Hall's contract is a one-way deal while Wyman's is a two-way contract.

Hall, 31, played in 57 games with the Bolts in 2011-2012, scoring two goals while registering seven points. His value has come primarily in the face-off circle, as Hall ranked second in the league with a face-off win percentage of 59.5 percent.

Wyman, 26, played in 40 games last season, registering two goals and 11 points. He scored his first career goal back on December 29, 2011.

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