BRANDON — Sixth-round pick RW Bokondji Imama loves to fight.Just ask fellow Lightning prospect LW Adam Erne , who knows from experience."He tried to jump me," Erne said, smiling. "He does that to everybody."Imama, 18, and Erne, 20, have played against each other often in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. During one game, Erne, with Quebec, mixed it up with Imama, who played for Baie-Comeau and Saint John."I hit him, and he didn't like it," Erne said."Adam is a guy who likes to chirp, he has a big mouth," Imama quipped. "Once he was talking to me, I knew he wasn't going to fight me. He hit me from behind, so I said, 'Adam you went too far.' I dropped my gloves, jumped on him. But the ref saved his life."Imama, a 6-foot-1, 214-pound forward, is built like a linebacker, and sometimes plays like one. He earned a career-high 137 penalty minutes this season with Baie-Comeau and Saint John, taking pride in finishing checks and sticking up for his teammates. Imama also got suspended four games with Saint John for hitting an official multiple times.But Erne points out that Imama has skill, too, with 13 goals and 15 assists last season. Director of player development Stacy Roest believes that with some more years of development, Imama will round out his game even more."I define myself as a good skater, got a great shot," Imama said. "I do other stuff. Fighting is just part of my game. You see in the NHL and other leagues, there's not much fighting. I know this. "That's why I've got to prove myself as a pro, because I can play, hockey too." MEDICAL MATTERS: Erne said he might not participate in the three-on-three tournament Friday and Saturday as he recovers from a separated left shoulder, suffered in his first shift of the Memorial Cup final. Erne played through the injury, and was told it would take 4-6 weeks to recover. He expects to be fine in a couple weeks and ready by training camp.There will be just power skating from 10-1:15 p.m. today with the three-on-three tournament Friday (2-4 p.m,) and Saturday (11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m). BIG DELIVERY: G Kris Oldham , picked in the sixth round by Tampa Bay on Saturday, didn't have time to return home to Anchorage to get his gear before Tuesday's camp. Luckily his mother, Mel , works for FedEx and shipped it to him on time. "I was pretty fortunate," Oldham said. WITH HONORS: F Brian Hart , who signed a three-year, entry-level deal Sunday, said he has been inspired by fellow former Harvard star C Alex Killorn , who had 18 playoff points for the Lightning. Hart plans to work out in Montreal this summer with Killorn, like he did last year. "It's not your typical route," said Hart, who will play for AHL Syracuse. "But he proved you can play in the NHL." ICE CHIPS: D Andrej Sustr was excited to sign a two-year, $2.9 million deal Tuesday, believing he established himself last season, his first full year in the NHL. But with a number of prospects coming up, Sustr said he must improve. "You can't let up," he said. Lightning 2004 playoff hero Ruslan Fedotenko , 36, signed a two-year deal with the Wild. … The team signed D Matt Taormina to a one-year, two-way deal, providing depth at AHL Syracuse.