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91 Steven Stamkos C
Height/Weight: 6-1/188 | Birthdate: 2/7/1990 | Birthplace: Markham, Ontario, Canada | Team: Tampa Bay Lightning | College: None | NHL Experience: 6 | Salary: $8,000,000 | Owned/Started%: 100/85 | Average Draft Position: 2.32
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4/22/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB

Steven Stamkos

Lightning's Stamkos Expected To Play Tuesday

News: Steven Stamkos (head) is expected to play in Game 4 of Tampa Bay's playoff series Tuesday.
Analysis: In Game 3 of the series, Steven Stamkos took a knee to the back of the head, but did return to the match. The Lightning are currently sitting in a 3-0 hole against Montreal, and need their captain to play to have a chance at making this a series again.

4/20/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB Bolts' Stamkos: Two Assists

Steven Stamkos

Bolts' Stamkos: Two Assists

News: Steven Stamkos, who had earlier taken a knee to the head, returned to the Sunday's game and finished with two assists. He also had a goal waved off.
Analysis: He has been doing his part offensively, but he is struggling to carry this limping squad. The Bolts are down 3-0 to the Habs this series.

4/20/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB

Steven Stamkos

Lightning's Stamkos Returns To Sunday's Game

News: Steven Stamkos, who left Sunday's game against Montreal after taking a knee to the back of the head in the second period, was able to return to the contest.
Analysis: The star forward's return is great news for the Lightning, as the team is down 2-0 in its playoff series against Montreal and entered the third period of Sunday's game trailing by a score of 2-1.

4/20/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB

Steven Stamkos

Lightning's Stamkos Leaves Sunday's Game

News: Steven Stamkos headed to the locker room during the second period of Sunday's game against Montreal after taking a knee to the back of the head.
Analysis: We'll have to see if Steven Stamkos returns to the game, but prior to his exit from the contest, he had assisted on Tampa Bay's only goal.

4/16/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB

Steven Stamkos

Bolts' Stamkos Scores Twice In Loss

News: Steven Stamkos potted two goals in Wednesday's 5-4 OT loss to the Canadiens.
Analysis: The Bolts' captain showed his scoring touch twice Wednesday, but it wasn't quite enough as Tampa Bay dropped Game 1 in overtime. Steven Stamkos racked up 25 goals and 15 assists in 37 regular season games, and should be an offensive force now that he's healthy.

4/10/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB Bolts' Stamkos: 40 Points In 35 Games

Steven Stamkos

Bolts' Stamkos: 40 Points In 35 Games

News: Steven Stamkos scored his 25th goal of the season and added an assist in Thursday's victory over the Flyers. The points stretch his current streak to three games and four points (two goals, two assists).
Analysis: Still, he has 40 points, including those 25 goals, in just 35 games. Oh, if only ... huh? This guy is gold.

4/5/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB

Steven Stamkos

Bolts' Stamkos Nets 24th Of Season

News: Steven Stamkos recorded his first goal in four games with his 24th of the season in Saturday's loss to the Stars.
Analysis: Those 24 have come in just 33 games on a shooting percentage (21.1) that just isn't sustainable -- his career average is 17.5 percent. But he's not really slowing down (three games without a goal isn't exactly a drought). Use him well.

3/29/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB Bolts' Stamkos: Three-Point Game

Steven Stamkos

Bolts' Stamkos: Three-Point Game

News: Steven Stamkos scored two goals and added an assist in Saturday's win over Buffalo. He has 13 points, including nine goals, in his last nine games.
Analysis: Seven of those points -- five goals and two assists -- have come on the power play. That's notable because the addition of Ryan Callahan has really injected some life into the Bolts' PP and Steven Stamkos is really reaping the benefits.

3/22/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB Bolts' Stamkos Records 20th Goal In Loss

Steven Stamkos

Bolts' Stamkos Records 20th Goal In Loss

News: Steven Stamkos tucked in his 20th goal of the season in Saturday's 4-3 OT road loss to the Penguins. He also chipped in an assist.
Analysis: What an athlete. Playing in just his 26th game of the year, Steven Stamkos has roared back from missing the majority of the season with a broken leg - reaching the 20-goal mark for the sixth consecutive season. After needing a few games to get back on track after returning early from injury, Stammer now has six goals in the last six games and looks like a force to be reckoned with as the Lightning close in on the postseason.

3/19/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB Bolts' Stamkos: Natural Hat Trick

Steven Stamkos

Bolts' Stamkos: Natural Hat Trick

News: Steven Stamkos recorded a natural hat trick in Wednesday's 5-3 win over Toronto.
Analysis: Hmmm ... the sniper has 19 goals and 30 points in 24 games. We're dreaming of what might be possible next season. He's definitely back ... and in a big way.

3/17/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB

Steven Stamkos

Lightning's Stamkos Tallies Two Points

News: Steven Stamkos scored a power-play goal and added an assist against the Canucks on Monday.
Analysis: Steven Stamkos only has two goals and two assists in his six games since returning from his broken leg. He seems to still be rounding into form, but his track record is unimpeachable.

3/13/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB

Steven Stamkos

Monkey Off Stamkos' Back In Tampa Win

News: Steven Stamkos scored a power-play goal and added an assist in Thursday's 5-4 win over the Panthers.
Analysis: The monkey is off his back. These are his first points since his return from injury and they came after the team moved him to the wing to take some of the pressure off his leg. #rightwingspellsrelief

3/13/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB

Steven Stamkos

Bolts To Play Stamkos At Right Wing Thursday

News: Steven Stamkos will move over to right wing for Thursday's game vs. the Panthers, Damian Cristodero of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Analysis: It's likely just a temporary lineup shakeup from coach Jon Cooper, with the hope that a new arrangement allows the Bolts to end their five-game losing streak. The switch from center to wing has the secondary benefit of relieving some of the stress on Steven Stamkos' right leg, while perhaps squeezing a little more offense out of him. He has yet to record a point in his three games since returning from IR.

3/12/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB Bolts To Try Stamkos On Wing?

Steven Stamkos

Bolts To Try Stamkos On Wing?

News: Steven Stamkos practiced at wing Wednesday in an attempt to relieve stress on his leg, reports Tampa Tribune, and he may play there Thursday against the Panthers. "It's a little less skating if you play the wing," Stamkos said. "You're not necessarily in the battle as much down-low in the defensive zone, so it takes a little stress off that way."
Analysis: He practiced with center Tyler Johnson and winger Alex Killorn. The position isn't completely foreign to him -- he played wing for Canada at the 2013 world championship. The toughest challenge of his return may be mental, rather than physical, as he admits that he finds himself "thinking about trying to brace yourself for contact instead of the play." Hopefully this move will inspire a little offense -- he has no points, eight shots and is minus-2 in three games since his return from injury.

3/10/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB Tampa's Stamkos: No Points Since Return

Steven Stamkos

Tampa's Stamkos: No Points Since Return

News: Steven Stamkos' frustrations continued Monday when he was held off the scoresheet in a shootout loss to the Coyotes. He has not picked up a point in three games since returning from a leg injury.
Analysis: He's taken eight shots, but five of those came in his first game back. Stammer's struggling to find his groove now that Martin St. Louis has left Tampa Bay. He'll settle soon enough, but needs to develop some chemistry with another playmaker. Until then, his fantasy value may be a bit depressed.

3/8/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB Bolts' Stamkos: Still No Points Since Return

Steven Stamkos

Bolts' Stamkos: Still No Points Since Return

News: Steven Stamkos was minus-2 with one shot and no points in Saturday's 4-3 shootout loss to the Bruins. He has not picked up a point since his return from a broken leg.
Analysis: OK, it's only been two games, but he will need to figure out how to score without set-up man extraordinaire Marty St. Louis. Fingers crossed that he doesn't suffer the way Brett Hull did after he lost Adam Oates. Just saying.

3/6/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB

Steven Stamkos

Bolts' Stamkos: Back In Saddle Against Sabres

News: Steven Stamkos (leg) returned to action Thursday and was held off the scoresheet in a loss to Buffalo. He finished minus-1 with five shots.
Analysis: The Bolts also named him captain before the game. He was outstanding in the face-off circle, winning 17 of 24 (71 percent) draws. Get him back in your lineup. It may take him a few games to adjust to the absence of Marty St. Louis, but he'll be flying soon enough.

3/6/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB

Steven Stamkos

Bolts Officially Activate Stamkos

News: Steven Stamkos has officially been activated from injured reserve Thursday.
Analysis: After missing nearly the last four months with the broken leg, Steven Stamkos will return to a Lightning lineup that will look radically different than it did Tuesday. Captain Martin St. Louis was dealt to the Rangers on Wednesday for Ryan Callahan, who is expected to play on the second line Thursday. Stamkos will likely be flanked on the top line by Alex Killorn and Teddy Purcell.

3/5/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB

Steven Stamkos

Bolts' Stamkos Will Play Thursday

News: Steven Stamkos (leg) will return to action Thursday against the Sabres, Damian Cristodero of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Analysis: The star winger broke his leg November 11 against the Bruins, and sat out the team's next 45 games. He racked up 14 goals and nine assists in 17 games before the injury, and is returning just in time to help the Lightning lock up a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.

3/3/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB

Steven Stamkos

Bolts' Stamkos Meeting With Doctors Wednesday

News: Steven Stamkos will meet with doctors Wednesday, Damian Cristodero of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Analysis: Steven Stamkos is hoping the meeting will result in a green light to play from the doctors, since he is hoping to suit up Thursday against the Sabres. The winger had 14 goals and nine assists in 17 games before being injured.

2/25/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB

Steven Stamkos

Lightning's Stamkos Targets March 6 Return

News: Steven Stamkos (leg) expects to play March 6 against the Sabres, barring any setbacks, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Analysis: Steven Stamkos will accompany the Lightning on a four-game road trip that opens with a contest against the Preds on Thursday. In the process, he figures to ramp things up at practice, then undergo a medical evaluation March 5 in order to gain clearance to play.

2/24/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB

Steven Stamkos

Bolts' Stamkos Won't Play On Road Trip

News: Steven Stamkos (leg) will not play on the team's upcoming four game road trip, Erik Erlendsson of the Tampa Tribune reports.
Analysis: An x-ray Monday confirmed that the winger is not yet cleared to play, and the team wants to be absolutely positive that he's healthy before putting him back in the lineup. The earliest Steven Stamkos may suit up again is Mar. 6 against the Sabres.

2/22/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB

Steven Stamkos

Bolts' Stamkos (Leg):

News: Steven Stamkos (leg) will likely have an X-ray on Monday to confirm his return after the Olympic break, reports the Tampa Bay Times. He says he is "definitely very close" to being cleared to play.
Analysis: The best-case scenario is a return Feb. 27 at Nashville; the worst-case scenario is a delay until March 6 at home against Buffalo. It can't come soon enough for his owners.

2/20/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB

Steven Stamkos

Bolts' Stamkos Back On The Ice Wednesday

News: Steven Stamkos (leg) was back on the ice for Wednesday's practice, Erik Erlendsson of the Tampa Tribune reports.
Analysis: Though he was ruled out of the Olympics, Steven Stamkos maintains optimism that he'll be ready to play in the Bolts' first game out of the break Feb. 27 vs. the Predators. He had been increasing his participation in practices in the week leading up to the start of the break, so expect him to see continued on-ice work during this week's sessions before the Bolts provide an update on his status. He's expected to receive a check-up X-ray on Monday, at which point the Lightning would likely either confirm his return to the lineup Thursday or push his timetable back further.

2/19/2014

Steven Stamkos, C, TB

Steven Stamkos

Bolts' Stamkos Eyeing February 27 Return

News: Steven Stamkos (leg) is eyeing the team's first game back after the Olympic break for his return, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Analysis: The team admitted that Steven Stamkos' timetable is still open-ended, but Feb. 27 against the Predators seems like the best bet at this point. The star winger hasn't suited up since being injured Nov. 11 against the Bruins, but racked up 14 goals and nine assists in 17 games before being sidelined.