Found December 14, 2013 on Bloguin Best:
Tampa Bay's Steven Stamkos has some pretty nifty hands. If you watch him on a regular basis, this video showing off his skills may seem fairly routine, but for everyone else it displays just how incredibly talented the forward is when it comes to moving the puck.  His routine isn't flawless, but his movement of the puck back and forth over hockey sticks is incredible.  Big thanks to Erik Erlendsson for this video.  [follow]
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