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Tuesdays with Dani: New records set by Stamkos with each goal scored

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Steven Stamkos continues to set new club single-season goal scoring records with each goal scored. Previously the club's single-season goal-scoring mark of 52 which was held by our captain Vinny. But even Lecavalier says "He's probably going to beat (52 goals) many more times," (NHL.com)

In the NHL.com article by Adam Kimelman he gets lots of praise from Coach Boucher "First, I think he's a totally unselfish guy. It's never about his points, it's never about his goals. I've seen him this year give an open net to guys so that they could score. What I like is he's focused on the defensive part of his game so much and the small details that make a guy a winner rather than just a star. I raise my hat to that, he's improved so much from the beginning of last year, it's amazing"


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  • A great read by Erlendsson on Stamkos' participation with You Can Play. "Right away I knew that I wanted to do it,'' Stamkos said. "It's a very important subject. It's a touchy subject to certain people and we want to just raise awareness. I thought it was a great cause and I'm happy so many other players have got involved and hopefully we can raise awareness.'' (TBO.com)
  • Lightning Nuts and Bolts: Sebastien Caron talks about fondue in Switzerland "The smell is terrible but it's actually pretty good" (Tampa Bay Times)
  • Lecavalier talks about why he is on the roadtrip with the team: "when I'm ready to play, I want to play," he said. "That's why I'm joining the team (on the road trip). I don't want to set any dates, but I want to start practicing with the team and get the feel of the game. I want to play as soon as possible." (Tampa Bay Times)
  • Your Bolt Prospect of the week goes too...

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