Tampa Bay Lightning center (and captain) Steven Stamkos recently displayed his hockey skills by shooting field goals with hockey pucks. Using a Bauer Supreme Total One MX3 hockey stick, Stamkos was able to split the uprights successfully with shots from as far as 91 yards away.Video via NHL.
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Watch Steven Stamkos shoot pucks through the uprights. As cool as it is seeing Stamkos split the posts from some serious deep yardage, the star of the show is the fact this video brings back the idea of the glowing puck. Feel free to debate the legitimacy of this video, but it’s still cool seeing Stamkos put a puck through from 91 yards.
To promote their new MX3 hockey stick, Bauer had their premier athlete Steven Stamkos shoot pucks through the uprights on a football field. Yes, you read that right. It’s no coincidence that #91 made a 91-yard Field Goal as his last shot either. Pretty impressive display by Stamkos. [YouTube]
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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.