Stamkos Carries Lightning Past Rangers

As the Tampa Bay Lightning advanced to the Stanley Cup Final, Steven Stamkos scored twice for the third consecutive season while defeating the New York Ranger 2-1 in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Final on Saturday.

Ondrej Palat succeeded to add two assists in the victory while on the other hand, while Andrei Vasilevskeiy made twenty saves.

Stamkos has gone through the most fascinating individual arcs of the modern age and it is also a fact that Lighting Captain succeeded to score both goals to lead his team to the final for the third consecutive year.

When Stamkos is fully healthy then he is one of the most prominent forces of the League and it is imperative for him to be at his best to pull off nearly unfathomable task of moving on to a third Stanley Cup Final, especially with Brayden Points injury-related absence  clouding over the Ranger’s game.

Stamkos was the best player in game 6 after establishing the record of 106 points in 81 games during the regular season along with five goals and two assists in this series.

The first goal of Stamkos will not be included on the high-light of his career, but it attests his incomparable goals-scoring instincts

 

Francis Kahn

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