“Obviously we weren’t ready to start this game. Hopefully this is just a game where we can just shake off the cobwebs, shake off the rust and get back to business.” – Steven Stamkos on loss to Carolina
Steven Stamkos made his presence felt at the NHL All-Star Game.
The Tampa Bay Lightning center, making his third NHL All-Star Game appearance, had two goals and one assist for Team Foligno in Team Toews' 17-12 victory on Sunday night at Nationwide Arena.
Both of Stamkos' goals were wrist shots in the second period, the first 2:27 into the period to tie the score at six and the second...
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Steven Stamkos says similar to Kane and Toews, he envisions potentially signing an extension in July one year out before he becomes UFA.
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Three players will represent the Tampa Bay Lightning at the 2015 NHL All-Star Weekend, which will take place on January 24-25 at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. Steven Stamkos and Tyler Johnson are NHL All-Stars and rookie Jonathan Drouin will participate in the NHL Rookie Skills Competition.
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Steven Stamkos cemented a miserable trip to Florida for the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Stamkos scored his 20th goal to break a third-period tie, and the Tampa Bay Lightning rallied from an early two-goal deficit to beat the Maple Leafs 3-2 on Monday night.
''A pretty solid game by us all around,'' Stamkos said. ''We dominated most of the play.''
Stamkos gave the Lightning a 3-2 lead...
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December 30, 2014
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...
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...