The Lightning have had a few days between pre-season games and get back at it tonight. They have two games left, both being against the Montreal Canadiens. Tonight's game will be in Montreal at the Bell Centre and Saturday's will be in Quebec City at the Colisee Pepsi.

So what have they been doing for the last few days?

Well we know that they were in Mont Tremblant doing team building exercises. Since most of you are not familiar, Mont Tremblant is a ski resort during the winter with outdoor activities like golf and hiking during the summer. Last year's team building consisted of a paintball outing but this years' seems to be a lot more cerebral.

Via the Montreal Gazette, they folded sweaters and looked at "threedimensional drawing and re-create the shape using blocks". Lecavalier eloquently described it as "thinking stuff".

They had a variety of challenges to complete in small teams with the winning team getting a maple leaf shaped bottle of syrup. No seriously, that was the prize. Read the full story over at the Montreal Gazette.

The team also ended up donating equipment that was used during the challenges to the Tremblant Minor Hockey Association.

Puck drop for tonights game is at 7:30pm and can be see on NHLN-US, RDS and TSN.