Tom Pyatt C TB 3 Months

Pyatt signed a one-year contract with Geneve-Servette of the Swiss League on Monday.

In leaving North America for Switzerland, Pyatt will join brother and former Pittsburgh Penguin forward Taylor. Tom, the younger of the two brothers, was sidelined for 33 games last season with the Lightning due to a broken collarbone. He would provide only meager scoring production (three goals, four assists) while playing in 27 games, resulting in limited interest from NHL suitors during the offseason.

Tom Pyatt C TB 6 Months

Tom Pyatt logged just 7:54 of ice time in Tampa Bay's Game 3 loss to Montreal.

It was his first game of the postseason. Pyatt sat frequently as a healthy scratch during the regular season and he skated in just 27 games.

Tom Pyatt C TB 7 Months

Tom Pyatt has been a healthy scratch for six of the team's past nine games.

He thought he was going to play on Saturday against Dallas, but he ended up in the press box again. Pyatt missed 32 games this year because of a broken collarbone and he's been a healthy scratch for 22 of the 46 games that he's been available for. He has simply been the odd man out in 2013-14 because he hasn't lost his spot due to poor play. The Lightning have decided to use a younger lineup and Pyatt will probably test unrestricted free agency in the summer.

Tom Pyatt C TB 7 Months

Tom Pyatt has been a healthy scratch for three consecutive contests.

He has watched four of the team's last six games from the press box. Pyatt suffered a broken collarbone in the third game of the season and he's appeared in just 23 matches. "It's been a frustrating year," Pyatt said. "Out for the start, then in and out of the lineup, felt like I've played some pretty good hockey. But when you have 15 forwards, it makes it tough. There's nothing I can really do but stay positive and keep playing well and hopefully get back in soon."

Tom Pyatt C TB 10 Months

Tom Pyatt was activated from the IL on Saturday December 21.

Tom Pyatt C TB 10 Months

Tom Pyatt (broken collarbone) should be ready to play on Saturday against Carolina.

He skated Thursday morning in a "regular jersey." Pyatt has played in one game this season and it came back in early October.

Tom Pyatt C TB 10 Months

Tom Pyatt (broken collarbone) hopes to be back when the Lightning play against Nashville on Dec. 19.

He is scheduled to have a bone scan Wednesday. Pyatt has been skating with the team since Nov. 15. He has appeared in just one game this season and it came back on Oct. 8.

Tom Pyatt C TB 11 Months

Tom Pyatt (broken collarbone) is expected to be out for another two-to-four weeks.

Pyatt, who has been out since Oct. 8, has already exceeded the early end of his initial timetable. "I don't think it's uncommon for this type of injury to be eight to 12 weeks, potentially," Lightning GM Steve Yzerman said. "We were all hoping at the eight week mark he'd be good to go but he needs a little more time. Obviously, we're hoping it's not 12 weeks. So, it's taking a little longer but not a reason from our perspective for concern."

Tom Pyatt C TB 11 Months

Tom Pyatt is expected to miss another two weeks because of a broken collarbone.

He was hoping to be cleared by Tuesday to take part in contact drills. Pyatt has been out of action since Oct. 8.

Tom Pyatt C TB 11 Months

Tom Pyatt (broken collarbone) could be cleared for contact next week.

He has been practising in a non-contact jersey this week but seems to be progressing. Lightning coach Jon Cooper was cautious when discussing Pyatt's clearance. "We'll see. He has to get one more tests on this, and then they will determine if he is cleared," Cooper said. Even when he returns, Pyatt has no real fantasy value.