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Feb 27, 2024 1 0 -1 3 2
Feb 25, 2024 0 0 0 1 0.5
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Feb 22, 2024 0 0 -1 3 -1
Feb 19, 2024 0 0 -1 3 -1

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2023 131.55.5 24 27 51 -25 18:26
2022 236.57 34 50 84 -5 19:01
2021 3197.6 42 64 106 24 18:28
3y Avg. 223.257.2 31 44 75 8 18:33
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  • Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Three points in last three games

    Stamkos had a goal and an assist in a 6-3 win over the Avalanche on Thursday. Stamkos tied the game 3-3 at the four-minute mark of the third period when he scored on the forehand on a breakaway. It was his 23rd goal of the season. Stamkos has three points, including two goals, in his last three games. He has 12 shots in that span. Stamkos is once-again flirting with a point-per-game pace (50 in 52 games), and has helped the Bolts win 11 of their past 14 games.
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  • Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Nets winner

    Stamkos scored a goal Saturday in a 4-2 win over Columbus. Stamkos' marker was scored 23 seconds into the final frame on a one-timer from the left circle while on the power play. The goal, which stood as the game-winner, was his 22nd tally of the season and 12th with the man advantage. Stamkos is 35th on the all-time goal list with 537, and he's within one of Keith Tkachuk. At his current scoring rate, he'll move past several stars including the great Maurice Richard, and challenge Ron Francis for 30th on the list. He's third among active players in career goals behind Alex Ovechkin (835) and Sidney Crosby (578).
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  • Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Hits 1,100-point plateau

    Stamkos had a goal and an assist in a 6-3 win over Arizona on Thursday. He fired six shots. The assist came first -- he set up Nikita Kucherov on a one-timer. And it marked a milestone. It was Stamkos' 1,100th NHL point. He then scored the game-winner on the power play. The winger, who turns 34 in February, really isn't showing signs of slowing down. Stamkos has 20 goals and 45 points in 46 games this season, and he's on pace for 35 goals. If he gets there, it would be the eighth time he will have hit that mark. And with 141 shots already, Stamkos is pacing toward his busiest shooting season since 2014-15 (268).
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  • Lightning's Steven Stamkos: GM silences trade murmurs

    Stamkos will not be traded at the deadline, reports Joe Smith of The Athletic. Stamkos is in the last year of his current contract, and he was frustrated before the start of the season that no extension had been offered. But Lightning general manager Julien BriseBois made it clear then that talks would resume this coming offseason once he had a chance to evaluate the entire roster. BriseBois still envisions Stamkos, who turns 34 in February, on the team beyond this campaign. Right now, the Bolts are fighting for a playoff spot, but Stamkos continues to prosper offensively and deliver strong fantasy value. He has 41 points, including 18 goals, in 41 games. The veteran forward has also accumulated 24 power-play points, and he continues to shoot a lot (250 projected shots).
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  • Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Ties NHL legend on PPG list

    Stamkos scored two goals and added an assist in a 5-1 win over the Ducks on Saturday. Stamkos had scored one goal in his previous 11 games. Both of his goals Saturday came on the power play, with the second standing as the game-winner. Stammer moved past Steve Yzerman on the all-time power-play goal list into a tie with none other than Wayne Gretzky (204) for 17th in NHL history. Stamkos continues to impress into his 30s while delivering offense at a point-per-game pace. He has generated 18 goals and 23 assists through 41 contests this campaign.
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  • Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Scores in defeat

    Stamkos tallied a power-play goal in Tuesday's 4-2 loss versus Winnipeg. Stamkos opened the scoring in the first period, one-timing a Victor Hedman feed on the man advantage to give Tampa an early 1-0 lead. The goal was Stamkos' first in six games, though he logged six assists in that span. Overall, the 33-year-old winger is up to 16 goals (seven on the power play) and 38 points through 36 games this season.
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  • Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Adds three assists in win

    Stamkos notched three assists in Tuesday's 6-1 win over St. Louis. Stamkos has been on quite a run of late -- he now has eight points (five goals, three assists) in his last three games. The 33-year-old winger is up to 15 goals and 34 points through 30 contests this season after surpassing the 80-point mark in each of his previous two campaigns.
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  • Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Tallies four goals in win

    Stamkos scored four goals in Thursday's 7-4 victory over the Oilers. Stamkos opened the scoring with a power-play marker in the first period before exploding for three goals in the final frame, powering Tampa to a 7-4 victory with his first career four-goal game. It was quite a performance from the 33-year-old Stamkos, who came into the day with just one goal and three points in his last eight contests. He's up to 14 goals and 30 points through 28 games in his 16th NHL season.
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  • Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Good to go

    Stamkos (illness) is expected to return to the lineup Tuesday against Vancouver, according to NHL.com. Stamkos was back on the ice for Monday's practice after he sat out Saturday's 4-3 overtime win over Seattle. He centered the third line during Monday's session, but it wouldn't be a surprise if he averaged his usual top-six minutes and logged time on the top power-play unit. Stamkos has amassed 10 goals, 26 points, 78 shots on net and 20 hits over 26 games this season.
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  • Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Officially out

    Stamkos (illness) won't play Saturday versus the Kraken, Chris Krenn of the Lightning's official site reports. Stamkos will miss his third game of the season and his first with this particular ailment. The 33-year-old's absence will be covered by the Lightning deploying seven defensemen, with Haydn Fleury drawing into the lineup against his former team. Stamkos' next chance to play is Tuesday in Vancouver.
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  • Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Pushes goal streak to four games

    Stamkos scored a goal with an assist in Friday's 8-2 road win against the Hurricanes. Stamkos got the Lightning on the board in the second period with a power-play marker. He added a secondary assist on the man advantage on the final goal of the evening. The Tampa Bay captain finished with three shots on goal, one hit and won six of 11 faceoffs in 18:05 of ice time. He has scored a goal in four straight games, racking up seven points during the span.
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  • Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Four-game, six-point streak

    Stamkos scored a goal in a 3-2 overtime loss to Winnipeg on Wednesday. It was Stamkos being Stamkos -- he was parked in the left circle on the power play, and Nikita Kucherov delivered a perfect cross-ice pass that Stamkos one-timed past Connor Hellebuyck on the power play. The goal stretched Stammer's point streak to four games (three goals, three assists) and his goal streak to three games (three snipes). He has fired 13 shots in those three games. At 33, Stamkos has shown no sign of slowing down. He has 21 points, including eight goals, in 18 games this season.
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  • Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Stays hot against Boston

    Stamkos scored an even-strength goal and added a power-play assist in Monday's 5-4 overtime win over the Bruins. The veteran forward tied things up with just five seconds left in the third period to force OT, blasting a one-timer past Jeremy Swayman from the faceoff dot. It was the seventh goal and 20th point of the season for Stamkos in 17 games, and over half of that production (two tallies and nine helpers) has come with the man advantage -- not a surprise for a player who's recorded at least 14 goals and 33 points on the power play in each of his last four full seasons.
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  • Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Power-play mystery machine

    Stamkos picked up two power-play points, with one goal and one assist, in 6-4 victory over the Oilers on Saturday. He got the primary apple on Nikita Kucherov's first period goal, and then flipped the table and wired a snap shot on a feed from Kucherov that tied the game 4-4 in the third. The goal was Stamkos' sixth of the season and his second power-play snipe. He has 18 points, including 10 on the man advantage, in 16 games this season. That's his best production on the power play in his career, but it's a pace that could slow as the season progresses. Games can mysteriously get tighter in the second half.
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  • Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Two points in Thursday's loss

    Stamkos got credit for a goal and an assist in Thursday's 4-2 loss to the Blue Jackets. Both Lightning tallies were generated by plenty of puck luck, and both came on Stamkos passes that deflected off the skates of Columbus players -- one straight into the back of the net, and the other caroming straight to Conor Sheary at the side of the cage. Regardless of how he got onto the scoresheet, Stamkos has three multi-point performances in the season's first eight games and has amassed four goals and 10 points.
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  • Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Power-play success continues

    Stamkos had a goal and an assist in a 6-0 win over the Sharks on Thursday. He pushed the lead to 3-0 at the end of the first period with a power-play goal from the left circle off a feed from Nikita Kucherov. Stamkos had one shot and finished plus-1, and he has eight points, including three goals, in six games this season. Five of Stammer's points have come with the man advantage.
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  • Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Gets point in return

    Stamkos (lower body) picked up an assist and had seven shots in 18:55 of ice time in a 4-3 win over the Canucks on Thursday. Stamkos had missed the previous two games due to the injury. He has at least a point in each of his three contests this season (two goals, three assists), and all three assists have come with the man advantage. Stamkos also has 15 shots in those three games and continues to be a difference maker for the Lightning and fantasy managers alike.
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  • Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Set to return Thursday

    Stamkos (lower body) is expected to return Thursday versus Vancouver, per Gabby Shirley of Bally Sports Florida. Stamkos missed the Lightning's previous two games. He has two goals and four points in two contests this year. Stamkos is projected to play on the second line alongside Brandon Hagel and Anthony Cirelli versus the Canucks.
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  • Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Returns to practice

    Stamkos (lower body) was back at practice Thursday, according to Gabby Shirley of Bally Sports Florida. Stamkos has missed the last two games. He was strong in his opening pair of games this season, scoring twice and adding a pair of helpers. Stamkos had 34 goals and 84 points last season after picking up a career-high 106 points in 2021-22. He skated on the second line with Anthony Cirelli and Brandon Hagel during morning practice. Stamkos could return to the lineup as early as Thursday night against the Canucks.
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  • Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Unavailable against Buffalo

    Stamkos (lower body) won't play Tuesday versus the Sabres, Heather Engel of NHL.com reports. Stamkos is considered day-to-day with his lower-body issue, so although he'll miss a second straight contest Tuesday, it sounds like his injury isn't a long-term concern. Look for Alex Barre-Boulet to remain in the lineup until Stamkos is ready to return.
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