Even though Tampa Bay Lightning captain Steven Stamkos suffered a minor head injury in Sunday night’s playoff game against Montreal, he said that he expects to play in Game 4 on Tuesday when the Bolts try to bounce back from a 3-0 first-round
Steven Stamkos just can’t catch a break. In the Lightning’s Sunday night’s loss to the Canadiens, Stamkos may have suffered from a mild concussion from taking a knee to the head, after falling. Stamkos did return to the game
It only took 1:54 seconds for the Tampa Bay Lightning to erase the Buffalo Sabres two goal lead. It was Stamkos’ 22nd goal on the season with assist to J.T. Brown (14) and Radko Gudas (18).
Is there something in the air in Tampa Bay? The Lightning are celebrating a hot streak and there are a couple different influences that are contributing factors to their victory. Between Stamkos’ return and signing a new hot shot,
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The Lightning need to halt their five-game skid.
Despite being ruled out of the Olympics, Steve Stamkos is happy for his fellow teammate Marty St. Louis.
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Steven Stamkos has announced his plan to play at least one game before the Olympics begin.
Steven Stamkos talks about how it felt to be at practice this morning despite his injury. He is expected to be out until the start of the Olympics. SOURCE: Tampa Bay Lightning