Audio: Quick hits with Braydon Coburn

Braydon Coburn would be considered part of the “heavier” end of the Tampa Bay defense, and at 6-foot-5, he’s actually the third tallest player on the Lightning’s back end. He moves well for someone with such a huge frame and will log all-purpose minutes in Los Angeles’ road trip finale tonight. After Tampa Bay’s morning skate, Coburn joined LA Kings Insider to discuss an under-appreciated Lightning team defense and what has served the club well in back-to-back wins over the Rangers and Ducks.

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