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Goals in 2nd by Stamkos, Johnson lead Lightning past Flyers

  Steven Stamkos and Tyler Johnson scored second-period goals to lead the Tampa Bay Lightning to a 3-1 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday night. Valtteri Filppula added an empty-netter and Ryan Callahan had a pair of assists for the Lightning (20-10-3), who won for the second time in six games. Tampa Bay began the night tied with Detroit atop the Atlantic Division....
Via AP on Fox
11 days ago  |  Discuss

RECAP: Game 30. Time is a flat circle

You can see why the Lightning are so good. What a fun team to watch. Minus Steven Stamkos who was completely invisible. Evgeni Malkin would get murdered if he didn’t show up for a big game by hockey pundits. You have to say the same for the Lightning golden boy. Yikes. Stamkos was no where to found in this one. The Lightning do have a hell of a team, minus a reliable goaltender...
Via The Pensblog
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Steven Stamkos' 250th goal a reason for Lightning to reflect on brilliance

TAMPA, Fla. -- His motion was seamless, the kind of action that led to a familiar reaction. These moments have made Steven Stamkos one of the NHL's most mesmerizing talents, so good and so young. These moments have tantalized about what his future can hold, so possibly rich and rewarding. Forty-seven seconds into the second period, Stamkos received a fine pass from Ryan Callahan...
Via Fox Sports Florida
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Steven Stamkos: Right Leg ‘May Never’ Feel Like It Did Before Injury

It may not seem like Steven Stamkos still thinks about his right leg when he takes the ice for the Tampa Bay Lightning. The superstar center ranks among the NHL leaders with 10 goals and has a great chance to win the third Maurice Richard Trophy of his young career. With that said, it won’t ever be easy for Stamkos to forget about the horrific injury...
November 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Here’s a fun comparison between Steven Stamkos and the Buffalo Sabres

Earlier we discussed the Buffalo Sabres and their poor effort (to say the least) against the Anaheim Ducks which resulted in only 12 total shots. You don’t really need to juxtapose their laughable performance with anything to understand just how bad it was, but we were provided with a comparison too good to pass up. Steven Stamkos recorded a hat trick in an impressive 7-1 win by...
Via Puck Drunk Love
October 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Lightning star remembers every goal he ever scored

Good luck stumping Tampa Bay Lightning center Steven Stamkos. The Lightning star can remember every goal he’s ever scored during his six-year NHL career, but he remembers many more details about the 233 tallies he’s racked up over the years than a regular human would. Give him a random date, score and opponent and Stamkos can recall the exact sequence of events that led...
October 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Steven Stamkos destroys stuff with his slapshot (Video)

Tampa Bay Lightning captain Steven Stamkos must have really enjoyed filming his latest online video for the Bauer Supreme Total One MX3 hockey stick, as they let him use a slapshot to break stuff in front of the net.Among the items Stamkos destroyed:  a wall of Legos, a wedding cake, a pinata, a gumball machine, a television and a fish tank (filled with water but no fish, because...
Via Holdout Sports
September 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Steven Stamkos teams up with fans in street hockey game

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.
Via Fox Sports Florida
July 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Lightning name Steven Stamkos new team captain

TAMPA, Fla. -- The Tampa Bay Lightning didn't take long to name a new captain, and the choice was logical: Steven Stamkos. Stamkos, 24, was introduced as the 10th captain in franchise history before the Lightning opened a six-game homestand against the Buffalo Sabres on Thursday night at Tampa Bay Times Forum. He has played his entire six-year NHL career with the Lightning since...
Via Fox Sports Florida
March 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Steven Stamkos' return to Lightning lineup delayed

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 the lineup against the...
Via Fox Sports Florida
February 24, 2014  |  Discuss

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