The Tampa Bay Lightning may be coming off their worst offensive performance of the season by their standards, but Steven Stamkos and Martin St. Louis are major reasons they're the highest scoring team in the NHL.
Just over a week ago, the Philadelphia Flyers fell victim to that potent offense yet again.
Stamkos and St. Louis look to continue their respective scoring tears with another strong performance against the Flyers, as the Lightning attempt to maintain their dominant stretch in this series Tuesday night.
Tampa Bay (6-2-0) is scoring 4.9 goals per game, leading the league by more than a goal.
Stamkos and St. Louis have keyed that tremendous production with 16 and 14 points, respectively. Stamkos, who led the NHL with a career-high and franchise-record 60 goals last season, has a point in every game so far and has six goals and five assists in a five-game goal-scoring streak.
St. Louis has nine assists during a five-game point streak of his own, and he got four of them...