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Every young new player would love to play like Mario Lemieux. Very few successfully emulate him. It was no Monday night for Nikita Kucherov, who scored his first NHL goal tonight on his first shot in his first game: Someone grab that man the puck! The Bolts went on to defeat the New York Rangers 5-0, getting two goals from Martin St. Louis in his 1000th game.
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Tampa Bay Lightning captain Martin St. Louis wiped out while celebrating his first period goal in Monday night's game against the New York Rangers.St. Louis slipped backwards and fell to the ice after throwing a fist pump, but fortunately, the goal still counts. St. Louis finished the game with two goals and an assist in the 5-0 Lightning victory. It was a perfect night for...
Tampa Bay Lightning sniper Steven Stamkos spoke to the media at the Tampa Bay Times Forum on Monday, doing so without crutches, without a cast and without a walking boot. He barely even had a limp.
According to NHL.com, Stamkos was speaking publicly for the first time since breaking his right tibia less than two weeks ago and he surprisingly looked great.
“The thing that shocked...
Professional athletes really do heal fast. Only two weeks after suffering a broken tibia, Tampa Bay Lightning superstar and Team Canada sure-bet Steven Stamkos is already up and walking around without the assistance of crutches or a boot. He met…Read more →The post Tampa Bay Lightning: Steven Stamkos is walking again only two weeks after breaking his leg appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
The hockey world gasped in horror when Steven Stamkos crashed into his own goal post and could not stand up afterward. We watched him get wheeled off the ice on a stretcher, and thought, “oh no.” Regardless of which team…Read more →The post Tampa Bay Lightning: Steven Stamkos is “up and moving around” appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
It could not have been easy for Steven Stamkos to lay in a hospital bed in a relatively unknown city wondering if his season was going to be over. But the Tampa Bay Lightning forward’s stay in a Boston hospital was made a little bit easier by a surprise visitor.
Stamkos, who is making remarkable progress in his rehab from a broken tibia, revealed Monday that Bruins coach Claude...
Tampa Bay Lightning forward Martin St. Louis was playing in his 1,000 career game and he made it a good one. St. Louis finished with 2 goals and 1 assists, complete with this hysterical celly. Might want to make sure you keep your balance when you celebrate there Marty.
Taking part in the celebration were Dave Andreychuk, Brad Richards, Don Koharski, Steve Yzerman, Steven Stamkos and Jeff Vinik.
Martin St. Louis had two goals and an assist after being honored before the game, and the Tampa Bay Lightning stopped a four-game losing streak by beating the New York Rangers 5-0 on Monday night.
St. Louis received a silver stick and other gifts during a ceremony for playing in his 1,000th NHL game last Tuesday at Los Angeles. He was the 286th to reach the milestone.
In the dark days following the gruesome injury that just about snapped his right tibia in two, Lightning star Steven Stamkos felt it all.
Pain. Frustration. Helplessness. Anger.
But one emotion pretty much summed it up.
"Miserable," Stamkos said.
It was pure agony just to go to the restroom, or get a drink from the kitchen. Just sitting up took all his might.
Martin St. Louis was honored prior to Monday’s game for playing in his 1000th career NHL game last week.
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During the actual game the Tampa Bay Lighting right wing scored his ninth goal of the season and promptly hit the ice.