By JOE SMITHANAHEIM, Calif. — After going through an arbitration hearing, the Lightning and former wing Jonathan Drouin agreed to a settlement over a performance bonus from last season, the Tampa Bay Times has confirmed. The settlement was for 90 percent of a $212,500 bonus. The disagreement revolved around a provision in Drouin's entry-level contract saying he needed to average at least .73 points per game for the bonus to kick in. After getting 53 points in 73 games last season, it looked like Drouin earned it. The Lightning, however, believed Drouin fell short because his points-per-game average was .726 when taken to another decimal point.An arbitrator heard the case last month, but before a ruling was made, the sides came to an agreement.Canada's Sportsnet first reported the settlement. Drouin, the Lightning's No. 3 overall draft pick in 2013, was traded to Montreal in June in a deal that netted Tampa Bay D Mikhail Sergachev. Drouin has 12 points in 17 games with the Canadiens this season. Trade winds?That GM Steve Yzerman was spotted at Jets games on back-to-back nights this weekend is, at the very least, interesting. Though it is early to read anything into it, the Lightning has previously been linked to Jets right-shot D Jacob Trouba, who can be a restricted free agent in the summer. The Jets would likely be reluctant to part with a top-pairing defenseman, but could they be interested in a top-six center such as Tyler Johnson? With the emergence of Brayden Point, Johnson has been in a third-line role, and the no-trade clause in his seven-year, $35 million deal kicks in in the summer. Winnipeg, not exactly a hot destination for free agents, could find that attractive. Food for thought eyeing the Feb. 26 trade deadline.Stamkos remembers RecchiWith Mark Recchi getting inducted into the Hall of Fame today, Steven Stamkos reflected on the impact the veteran forward had on him as a rookie. They didn't play together long, just the first half of the 2008-09 season, but Recchi took the 18-year-old under his wing."He was a big influence off the ice," Stamkos said. "We lived in the same community, and he had me over for dinners with his family and things like that. It was really cool as an 18-year-old to have a guy like that who was still so productive at the end of his career."Recchi will be inducted into the Hall with Dave Andreychuk, captain of the Lightning's 2004 Stanley Cup-winning team; Teemu Selanne; Paul Kariya; Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs; and Danielle Goyette, a pioneer in the women's game who won two Olympic gold medals and seven world championships for Canada.Lining upF Ryan Callahan, who missed Thursday's game against the Kings with a lower-body injury, was back Sunday against the Ducks. G Andrei Vasilevskiy started. D Andrej Sustr, who had been scratched five of the previous six games, was back in as D Slater Koekkoek sat along with C Gabriel Dumont. C Cedric Paquette (undisclosed) missed his 11th straight game. Joe Smith can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow @TBTimes_JSmith.