Steven Stamkos found the back of the net for the first time this season to put the Bolts up 2-0. They lead Montreal 2-1 at the first intermission.
The Tampa Bay Lighting suffer a 3-2 shutout defeat at the hands of the Ottawa Senators. A simple lapse in fundamentals cost the Bolts in this one.
The Tampa Bay Lightning begin their regular season on Thursday night against the Florida Panthers. Team Captain Steven Stamkos believes the team is ready.
Lightning Finish Preseason 5-1-0 Allowing Just 8 Goals Against The Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Florida Panthers by a final score of 4-1 on Saturday night in the teams final tune up before Thursday nights season opener. The Bolts fell behind
Tampa Bay Lightning's Steven Stamkos is ready to return to Bolts 100% physically and mentally and is a key to the teams playoff chances.
The Tampa Bay Lighting took the time to prank some of their players with a fake third jersey and caught their reactions on video.
With so many new faces and tough competition, Tampa Bay Lightning captain Steven Stamkos realizes that this season will be far from a walk in the park. During media day Thursday, Stamkos talked about all the new faces here,
The Tampa Bay Lightning held media day at Amalie Arena Thursday and new captain Steven Stamkos was there to talk about training camp and what he expects for the season ahead. When asked about leading this team, Stamkos said
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