from Joe Smith of Lightning Strikes,
When Lightning captain Steven Stamkos takes the ice tonight for his first exhibition action, he'll do so looking - and feeling - more like his old self.
Stamkos said his surgically-repaired right leg feels much better than he did late last season, when he returned after missing 45 games following surgery to repair a broken tibia....
Tampa Bay Lightning star Steven Stamkos took to the driving range to test his accuracy and distance. Stamkos had no trouble hitting the 75-yard marker, and even hit a moving target – the driving range cart. The 24-year-old sniper was also able to drive a puck 121-yards on a slapshot. Stamkos can also make a 91-yard field goal and break a lot of stuff. The post Watch: Steven...
You’ve seen Steven Stamkos complete the field goal challenge, but what happens when he takes his stick and some pucks to a driving range? Apparently the answer is some sick accuracy from 75-100 yards out and one cart driver who may want to hold off on collecting the golf balls around the range.
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Year Team GP G A PTS +/-
2008 TBL 79 23 23 46 -13
2009 TBL 82 51 44 95 -2
2010 TBL 82 45 46 91 3
2011 TBL 82 60 37 97 7
2012 TBL 48 29 28 57 -4
2013 TBL 37 25 15 40 9
Steve Stamkos | Center
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Team: Tampa Bay Lightning
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...
Popular hockey equipment brand Bauer has been out promoting their Supreme TotalOne MX3 stick with a little help from Tampa Bay Lightning captain Steven Stamkos.
There has been a few “challenges” that Stamkos has been partaking in, with the latest one being the MX3 Break Stuff Challenge.
Earlier in the week we saw Stamkos using his new MX3 stick to bury a 91-yard “field goal”...
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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On Tuesday, Tampa Bay Lightning center Steven Stamkos returned to the ice and skated with his teammates for the first time with full strength since sustaining a broken tibia in his right leg last season.
The injury forced Stamkos to miss 45 regular season games, but Stamkos told Lightning.com the leg is "nearly 100 percent," and he is "please with how it is progressing...