Steven Stamkos

#91 C / Tampa Bay Lightning / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 188 lb Age: 25 College: None

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      Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Two assists Saturday, but low point-per-game pace

      Stamkos set up both Tampa goals in a 3-2 loss to the Islanders on Saturday night. Stammer has had multi-point efforts his last three Saturday games, but nothing in between. It is a bit odd, but at least there's a bit of life in his game. Still, he's on a 36-goal, 62-point pace and that would be his lowest point-per-game pace since (gulp) his rookie year. The Bolts aren't exactly blowing the barn doors off their opponents these days, but they've also been stung by injuries. Stammer's output will improve when he doesn't have to be the only scorer in town.

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      Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Two goals and assist in win

      Stamkos had two goals and an assist in Saturday's 5-0 win over Anaheim. He has seven goals and 12 points in seven career games against the Ducks. One of the goals and the assist came with the man advantage. Stammer is starting to warm up -- he has six goals and four assists in his last 10 games and four of those goals have come with the man advantage. It's only a matter of time before he goes from good production to elite.

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      Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Gets ninth goal, but on 55-point pace

      Stamkos scored the game-winning goal Thursday in a 3-1 victory over the Flames. He has nine goals in 18 games so far this season. Stammer has four points, including three goals, in his last five games. But while he's on track to deliver more than 40 goals, Stamkos is scuffling on a 55-point pace. We're confident things will pick up for him soon enough, but he needs 58 points in the next 64 games to hit the 70-point mark.

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      Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Scores seventh goal of season Thursday

      Stamkos scored his seventh goal of the season Thursday in a 4-1 win over the Sabres. Valtteri Filppula made a nice pass to Stamkos who cash on the back door past Linus Ullmark. The Lightning captain isn't producing at his normal rate, but has two goals and an assist on a three-game point streak.

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      Lightning's Steven Stamkos: First goal in six games

      Stamkos scored his first goal in six games in Sunday's win over the Hurricanes. Stammer ripped the biscuit right over Cam Ward's right shoulder. The game finished 4-3, so the offensive outburst might just be the start of something a whole lot better for the struggling Bolts. And for the scuffling Stamkos.

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      Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Four goals, one helper in last four games

      Stamkos scored two goals and added an assist in Thursday's' loss to Dallas. He has seven goals in eight games against the Stars. Just call him Star slayer -- Stamkos sure puts on a show when he skates against that team. He now has four goals and one assist in his last four games. You know what to do.

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      Lightning's Steven Stamkos: Earns 500th point Monday

      Stamkos notched a goal on the power play Monday against the Bruins. It was the 500th point of his NHL career through 495 games. Stamkos took a pass from Anton Stralman and ripped the puck past Tuukka Rask for the impressive career milestone. It's amazing to think that he's reached that mark at the age of 25, but that's precisely why Stamkos is considered one of the best players in the entire NHL.

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      Lightning C Steven Stamkos scores his first goal of season Saturday

      Steven Stamkos registered a goal in the Lightning's win over the Sabres on Saturday That puts Stamkos two points shy of 500 for his career. As one of the league's elite players, he's been able to maintain more than a point per game pace since entering the NHL in 2008-09.

    • Contract negotiations will continue into season

      News: Steven Stamkos still doesn't have a contract extension, but his agent, Don Meehan, says his client has no problem negotiating during the season and won't set any deadlines for a new deal.
      Analysis: This is good news for the Bolts, but it won't stop the questions that will dog the center and the team until pen is put to paper.
    • Bolts, Stamkos: Still No Contract Extension

      News: Steven Stamkos has still not signed a contract extension, even though signing him was general manager Steve Yzerman's top priority this summer, and training camp is just eight days away. "I'm not really worried about anything to be honest," said Stamkos, who wants to stay in Tampa.
      Analysis: The deal will be complicated and clearly that takes time. He could warrant a deal similar to the eight-year, $84 million contracts signed by Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane, but the cap situation this offseason is dramatically different than when Toews and Kane inked their deals. The cap didn't really go up this offseason (up from $69 million to $71.4 million) and the Canadian dollar has plummeted to a point where it's only worth about 75 cents. Even $1 million will be significant to the Bolts, but a deal isn't impossible. But it could be complicated by where the Bolts want him to play. He wants to play center; the Bolts prefer to put him on the right wing where he skated during the playoffs.
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