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Latest Steven Stamkos Items
Steven Stamkos isn't a secret weapon. At 56 goals through 78 games, he might've been the worst-kept secret around the Tampa Bay Lightning. He scores, seemingly at will, and the Washington Capitals knew they had to stop him to win Monday night.
Eliminated from playoff contention, the Lightning talked about playing for the fans in their final game at Tampa Bay Times Forum during a disappointing season. The pregame message on the video screens provided plenty of sources of intangible motivation, like pride and teammates.
There was a time when Steven Stamkos' one-timer on the power play gave opponents' nightmares. Quick pass, quicker shot and the Tampa Bay Lightning phenom cruised to a 51 goals in 2009-10 as a 20-year-old.
It doesn't take a sharp hockey brain to figure out that leading NHL goal-scorer Steven Stamkos streaking down the ice alone isn't an enviable position for a goaltender.
Every point matters this time of year, and down the stretch, for the Washington Capitals. So in the final minute of the third period, they played for it.
All-Star center Steven Stamkos signed a five-year, $37.5 million contract with the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday, two months after helping the team make a surprising run to the Eastern Conference finals.
Tampa Bay Lightning forward Steven Stamkos was hit in the face by a puck and left Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals against the Boston Bruins early in the second period on Friday night.
Tampa Bay Lightning forward Steven Stamkos was hit in the face by a puck and briefly left Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals against the Boston Bruins early in the second period on Friday night.
When the Tampa Bay Lightning are in a pinch, they know where to turn for leadership.