The rumor mill has started churning now that the season is over, and one of its hottest topics is the fate of Steven Stamkos in Tampa Bay. Stamkos will enter the final year of his contract in the fall, and general manager Steve Yzerman already said his No. 1 priority this offseason is signing Stamkos to an extension.But there is one person in Tampa Bay who is not worried about Stamkos...
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Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun penned a column this morning which suggested Steven Stamkos may have changed his mind about re-signing with Tampa Bay. He says Stamkos was once certain to re-sign with the club, but now may walk when he comes a free agent next year.
Now there are at least rumblings. Now there is reason to wonder if Stamkos will want to stay in Tampa Bay on a team...
Tampa Bay Lightning goalie Ben Bishop, who apparently sustained an injury in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals, danced around questions at media availability on Monday.
In fact, Bishop avoided giving a straight answer about his status so often that he compared himself to someone who routinely evades media questions: Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch.
DALLAS, TX – FEBRUARY 5: Steven Stamkos #91 of the Tampa Bay Lightning handles the puck against the Dallas Stars at the American Airlines Center on February 5, 2015 in Dallas, Texas. (Photo by Glenn James/NHLI via Getty Images)
Through seven seasons in the NHL, Tampa Bay Lightning captain Steven Stamkos has risen to become one of the sport’s undeniable best.
Despite his individual...
Steven Stamkos receives plenty of attention over his offensive skills, but the guy can certainly throw his body around when he desires. Kevin Hayes learned that pretty quickly after getting leveled by Stamkos as he searched for the puck in his skates.
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Image via Twitter/@rmayertboA New York Rangers fan dropped this perfect photobomb of Tampa Bay Lightning superstar Steven Stamkos during a postgame interview following Monday night's Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals.Stamkos scored a power play goal in the third period as the Lightning beat the Rangers 6-2 to tie the series at 1 game apiece. This Rangers fan probably figured...
NHL linesman Brad Kovachik found himself in the line of fire during Monday’s Stanley Cup playoff game.
As Tampa Bay Lightning captain Steven Stamkos laid a hip check on New York Rangers defenseman Kevin Klein, Klein went flying into the boards — and directly into Kovachik.
GIF: here's how the linesman got injured. OUCH http://t.co/H9GOVHErmq— Stephanie Vail (@myregularface...
Steven Stamkos is on the board and in a big way.
The Tampa Bay Lightning sniper broke through with his first goal of the Stanley Cup playoffs Sunday night, as he scored in the Lightning’s 6-2 win over the Montreal Canadiens. The decisive victory gave Tampa Bay a 2-0 series lead as things head to Florida.
Perhaps just as importantly is that Stamkos has ended his postseason goalless...
The pressure has been on Steven Stamkos to find his offense now that the Tampa Bay Lightning are in the second round of the playoffs. Held without a goal, Stamkos has been pressing and routinely coming up empty.
That all changed in the second period of Game 2 as Stamkos lit the lamp while on a breakaway.
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