Wisniewski, who played just one game last season due to an ACL injury, says "this is probably the most excited I've ever been coming into a training camp" even though he's entering the season on a tryout agreement, reports the Tampa Bay Times.
Kucherov still has not signed a contract extension, but the Lightning are hopeful they will have the sniping winger signed by the time he returns from the World Cup, the Tampa Bay Times reports. The tournament ends Oct. 1.
Kucherov, a restricted free agent who has a qualifying offer on the table, has yet to come to terms with the Lightning on a new contract, but head coach Jon Cooper said, "I'm confident Kuch is going to sign back," the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Callahan (hip) is on track to make his 2016-17 debut in mid-November, NHL.com reports. "It's such a long estimated timetable that there's obviously variation in there," Callahan said. "Some guys come back a little bit earlier than that, some guys it's five months. If it's before then, then great."