TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — The primary investors in a group buying the Tampa Bay Lightning say they have no intentions of moving the team, will be "shockingly aggressive" in free agency this summer and are on the verge of naming a coach.

Oren Koules and Len Barrie said Monday that the team that finished last in the NHL last season is not broken, but merely needs tweaking.

They hope the new coach, long rumored to be television analyst and former Los Angeles Kings coach Barry Melrose, is part of the fix.

Several hours after brushing aside questions about the coaching vacancy, the Lightning scheduled a press conference for today to introduce a replacement for John Tortorella, who was fired on June 3.