Lightning center Steven Stamkos will miss at least a month and up to three after being diagnosed with a blood clot in his arm.
A Steven Stamkos hit on Kevin Klein led to NHL linesman Brad Kovachik being knocked out of tonight’s Lightning-Rangers game in the second period. Backup linesman Greg Devorski took over for Kovachik. We don’t have word yet on Kovachik’s condition.
This is not Canadien forward Max Pacioretty's finest moment, as he clearly thought the man behind him was a teammate, not Lightning forward Steven Stamkos. Stamkos still had to get off a nice snipe to beat Carey Price, but the man is third in the NHL in goals. He doesn't need any extra help.
It's a huge compliment to Steven Stamkos that his going two whole games without a goal was kind of worrying. Worry no more: Stamkos broke out with his first three of the season as Tampa Bay rolled Montreal 7-1. And you know that Stamkos will forever remember each of them.
TSN host James Duthie gave Lightning scoring machine Steven Stamkos a test. A random date, an opponent, and a score, and Stamkos was asked to recall his goal. Goals, plural, it turns out—and Stamkos nailed them both.
On the first night of playoff hockey, we had free playoff hockey, and it was good.
Though the Tampa Bay Lightning were on a delayed penalty, they still somehow surrendered a goal last night. Steven Stamkos is a scoring machine that doesn't have time to distinguish nets, dammit.
Oh hey there's a gif too DON'T LOOK AT IT.
Despite the presence of veteran pitchman Anthony Sullivan (Oxi-Clean, Sticky Buddy, etc.), we're going to chalk this one up to clever hockey marketing rather than desperation. Why? The Tampa Bay attendance has been pretty damned good. Though off to a disappointing start, the Lightning have had announced sellouts for…
Here are the highlights of the Lightning/Flyers game; they're about 40 minutes long. That's because the teams managed to combine for 15 goals, all but one of them coming in the first two periods.
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