How is Steven Stamkos preparing for the 2015-16 season? Unlike Erik Karlsson, Stamkos is practicing … but probably not the sport you’d expect. Watch as Stamkos takes BP and fielding practice with the Toronto Blue Jays. Look closely and you’ll see Stamkos send one pitch over the fence, which is the topic he’s discussing with the broadcasters. Stamkos looks like a pretty...
.@NHL star @RealStamkos91 trades skates for spikes and hits the field with the @BlueJays. pic.twitter.com/gQLPO9bTxL — MLB (@MLB) August 28, 2015
#PREPWEEK is underway! pic.twitter.com/ujKfI0sdcd — Gary Roberts (@GaryRobertsHPT) August 24, 2015
Captain Steven Stamkos during Game One of the 2015 NHL Stanley Cup Final at Amalie Arena on June 3, 2015. It has begun. The headline seeking pundits are flying high overhead like vultures waiting for the Lightning to perish. Don’t believe the hype. Don’t listen to the pretentious Cherry’s and Simmons’ of the hockey world. Steven Stamkos is staying with Tampa Bay because...
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...
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. (Reddit Hockey) The post Video: Kevin Hayes obliterated by Steven Stamkos appeared first on Puck Drunk Love.
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...
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. The post Video: Stamkos scores on a nifty breakaway appeared first on Puck Drunk Love.
Steven Stamkos’ ability to put the puck in the net could be second to none in today’s NHL. Stamkos is once again back among the NHL’s leader in goals this season, as he and the Tampa Bay Lightning come to Boston on Thursday night for a big matchup with the Bruins. Stamkos enters the tilt with 36 goals, good for third in the league. All in all, it’s a pretty remarkable comeback...
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