History wasn’t on the Lightning’s side heading into Sunday evening’s home game against the Boston Bruins. The Bolts had not secured a victory over Boston since March 13, 2012 and endured a ten game losing streak against their division rivals. They ended up winning the contest 5-3 and saw a defining moment of the season when Steven Stamkos dropped the gloves to take down Brad...
When you think of Steven Stamkos, captain of the Tampa Bay Lightning you probably think of his speed, or how he can pick a corner with a clapper from the face-off dot. One thing that doesn’t come to mind, is his toughness, but, enter Brad Marchand. Marchand has a reputation around the league of being...
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TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Steven Stamkos had two goals and added an assist and the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Montreal Canadiens 4-2 Monday night in a matchup of the Atlantic Division's top teams.
Both have 93 points, but Montreal has played one fewer game.
Valtteri Filppula and Victor Hedman also scored for the Lightning, who have outscored Montreal 16-5 in winning all four games between...
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Tampa Bay Lightning center Steven Stamkos is a threat to score whenever he has the puck, which is a good reason to make sure he never gets it.
Max Pacioretty clearly didn’t receive that memo.
The Montreal Canadiens winger made an extremely costly mistake during the two teams’ matchup Monday, passing the puck backwards and directly to Stamkos. And because it’s Stamkos, he obviously...
Max Pacioretty is a very good hockey player on the Montreal Canadiens. Steven Stamkos is a very good hockey player on the Tampa Bay Lightning. On Monday night, Pacioretty had an unofficial assist on Stamkos’ 38th goal of the year, which is not very ideal for Montreal. A big-time miscommunication during the first period led
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It’s going to take Max Pacioretty a long time to live this one down. After exiting his own zone, he dropped the puck back to who he thought was a teammate. Instead, it was Steven Stamkos and the Lightning forward had no trouble lighting the lamp.
We joke about giving an assist to the opposing team, but here it’s really deserved.
Via Reddit Hockey:
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BOSTON — Tampa Bay Lightning captain Steven Stamkos was given a 10-minute misconduct when his stick landed in the crowd during the overtime period of Thursday night’s game against the Boston Bruins at TD Garden.
Stamkos initially broke his stick and appeared to be frustrated that the Lightning weren’t able to capitalize on a 4-on-3 power play late in overtime. He then tossed...
Steven Stamkos’ ability to put the puck in the net could be second to none in today’s NHL.
Stamkos is once again back among the NHL’s leader in goals this season, as he and the Tampa Bay Lightning come to Boston on Thursday night for a big matchup with the Bruins. Stamkos enters the tilt with 36 goals, good for third in the league.
All in all, it’s a pretty remarkable comeback...
He’s got 265 goals, 216 assists and 481 points in 472 games. He’s got 90 power play goals, 37 game winning goals and eight hat tricks in his seven year NHL career. He’s a two time Maurice Richard Trophy winner and a three-time All-Star. He’s superstar, Tampa Bay Lightning captain Steven Stamkos and this is how our photographer Christine Gunn sees him.