Steven Stamkos

By Luke Rachar
In Fantasy
Dec 27th, 2016
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Dec 2016 update – The purpose of these rankings is to aid hockey fans in selecting their players and building their team so they can they win their fantasy hockey league year after year. An emphasis is placed on a player’s current performance because at the end of the day, no one is cellyin’ for [&he...
By Jonathan Jones
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Nov 18th, 2016
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On Tuesday, November 15, Johnny Gaudreau had already scored a goal putting the Flames up 1-0, when Eric Staal of the Minnesota Wild slashed him on the glove. Gaudreau left the game shortly after the incident and after having his finger examined, was scheduled for surgery on Wednesday due to a fractur...
By MATT GRAVES
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Nov 17th, 2016
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After awaiting news on the length of their captain’s injury, the Tampa Bay Lightning received news they did not want to hear. Steven Stamkos is expected to have surgery to repair a meniscus tear and his recovery timeline is expected to be four to six months. Stamkos sustained the injury Tuesday...
By Kyle Gosleigh
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Nov 16th, 2016
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UPDATE: Stamkos now out indefinitely with a meniscus tear During the Tampa Bay Lightning 4-3 win over the Detroit Red Wings game last night, Tampa fans had to cringe a bit as captain Steven Stamkos left the game with what the Lightning are calling a lower body injury. In the post-game interview, Ligh...
By ZackNevesLITU
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May 26th, 2015
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Ever since the 2004-05 NHL lockout, the salary cap has completely altered the way NHL management build their teams. A few good contracts can do wonders for a team’s depth, but a few bad contracts can absolutely devastate a team’s ability to grow through change. This, my friends, is the Ul...
By mdonks
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May 19th, 2015
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With Sidney Crosby having already gained entry into the Triple Gold Club with the IIHF World Championship victory in Prague there is a possibility of two more players joining this elite group as well. Both Canadian. Brendan Morrow of the Tampa Bay Lightning and Rick Nash of the New York Rangers are c...
By Luke Rachar
In Fantasy
Mar 20th, 2015
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– The purpose of these rankings is to aid hockey fans in selecting their players and building their team so they can they win their league year after year. An emphasis is placed on a player’s current performance because at the end of the day, no one is cellyin’ for coming 2nd or 3rd...
By Greg Komarnicky
In Columns
Oct 8th, 2014
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This is the first edition of The Daily Mumble, a series where I will explain 5 thoughts on my mind in the world of hockey. Things from trades, to what I would do as the Coach/GM/Owner, to the latest NHL news to players/aspects to look out for. Basically whatever is on my mind at the […]...
By Greg Komarnicky
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Apr 4th, 2014
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The 2014 OHL Priority Draft is not until tomorrow, but that did not stop the Sarnia Sting from announcing their 1st overall selection today. The Sarnia Sting will be picking defenceman Jakob Chychrun with the 1st overall pick in the 2014 OHL Priority Draft. Chychrun spent this season playing for the ...
By Kyle O'Neill
In Team Updates
Nov 28th, 2012
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  This week’s League it to Us Power Ranking: 14th in the NHL, 7th in the Eastern Conference, 3rd in the Southeast Division. 3 Points of the Week 1. Lightning Fan Base Tampa Bay ranked a very respectable 13th in NHL attendance last year. After the last NHL lockout the Lightning saw a spike in [&hellip...