Video: Bottle explodes into pieces
Steven Stamkos showed off his powerful shot during a photo shoot with Powerade Canada.
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Having already felt the chill of the "Ice Bucket Challenge", Tampa Bay Lightning captain Steven Stamkos found himself faced with yet another water-related challenge during the filming a TV commercial for Powerade Canada.
Taking target practice to a whole new level, Stamkos took aim at a water bottle that sat atop the net. What happened next may leave some goaltenders frantically...
Another very cool hockey advertisement, this time featuring Tampa Bay Lightning sniper Steven Stamkos. My favourite part is the transition from the Video Game to the History of the Game.
Tampa Bay Lightning captain Steven Stamkos will be an unrestricted free agent in the summer of 2016 and there has been discussions among fans and media of the possibility of him ‘coming home’ and signing with the Toronto Maple Leafs.Stamkos answered some questions on Wednesday regarding the Toronto talk: ”We’ll see what happens. It’s a couple years […]
Tampa Bay Lightning star Steven Stamkos appears to be in prime hockey shape. Well, for street hockey, at least.
As part of a campaign with Coke and Special Olympics Canada, the 24-year-old -- who missed three months last season with a broken leg -- hit the ground running Wednesday morning with an impromptu game with some fans.
Could Steven Stamkos come to Toronto?
Steven Stamkos' wait will continue.
The Tampa Bay Lightning's star center, out with a broken right tibia since Nov. 11, was not cleared to play Monday after another X-ray was taken to determine the progress of his healing.
Now, the team is eying a March 6 return for the two-time Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy winner. That would place Stamkos' re-entry into...
Steven Stamkos could return soon.
The Tampa Bay Lightning's star center is targeting Saturday as his possible comeback, according to the Tampa Bay Times. On Monday, he told reporters he participated in his most physical practice to date since he broke his right tibia Nov. 11 in Boston.
He has been named to Team Canada for the Sochi Olympics, but he will determine if he can participate...
Tampa Bay Lightning star Steven Stamkos skated Saturday at Prudential Center, 33 days after breaking his leg in a collision with a goal post. The 23-year-old Stamkos is hoping to return to game action by early February. X-rays/healing of bone will ultimately determine Stamkos’s return date but he’s targeting practice in last wk of Jan, playing 1st wk of Feb. — Bob McKenzie...