Steven Stamkos C TB 4 Days

Stamkos has recorded only three goals and an assist over his last nine contests.

That level of production over that span of time certainly doesn't provide any reason for fantasy owners to sound the alarm, but it still represents the most significant dry spell of the season for Stamkos. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the Bolts have gone just 3-5-1 in those contests, though a slump of some extent was probably due to occur after the team's attack torched opponents over the season's first two months. The Tampa offense still looks like one of the league's strongest units in spite of its recent downturn in productivity, and Stamkos remains the lynchpin. Stay patient with the 24-year-old, as his resume of three 90-point campaigns suggest order will restore itself eventually.

Steven Stamkos C TB 19 Days

Stamkos potted his 17th goal of the season in Tuesday's 5-3 loss to the Capitals.

He's on pace to deliver more than 90 points, including more than 45 goals. He's currently in the NHL's top-five in goals behind Tyler Seguin, Rick Nash and Vladimir Tarasenko.

Steven Stamkos C TB 24 Days

Stamkos scored a goal on four shots, assisted on two more (one on the power play), went plus-2 and collected four penalty minutes Thursday in a 5-0 rout of the Sabres.

After a rare three-game stretch without a goal (though he still has two helpers), Stamkos returned to filling up the stat sheet. Curiously, the four shots represent his highest total in the last six games.

Steven Stamkos C TB 27 Days

Stamkos delivered a power-play assist in Monday's 6-3 win over the Rangers. The point stretched his current scoring streak to five games and seven points, including four assists.

He's been remarkably consistent -- he's been held off the score sheet just twice in his last 16 games. And in that span, Stammer has delivered nine goals and 12 assists in that span. His 29 points put him squarely in the NHL's top-five scorers. Use him well.

Steven Stamkos C TB 1 Month

Stamkos (lower body) notched a power-play goal in Saturday's win over Minnesota. It was his 14th goal of the season.

He now has 24 points in 22 games and is just one goal behind Tyler Seguin for the league lead in snipes. He's been remarkably consistent this season and has been held off the score sheet just once in his last nine. And he's never been held pointless for more than two games at a time. Whatever injury he suffered sure doesn't seem to have impacted him.

Steven Stamkos C TB 1 Month

Stamkos (lower body) was on the ice for Saturday's optional morning skate and looks like he'll be in the lineup later in the evening against the Wild, Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

As was believed all along, the lower-body injury Stamkos appeared to sustain late in Thursday's game won't cost him any action. Fantasy owners should have no qualms about keeping Stamkos in their lineup Saturday.

Steven Stamkos C TB 1 Month

Stamkos scored his 13th goal of the season in the Lightning's 5-2 loss to the Maple Leafs on Thursday night. However, he may have suffered a lower-body injury earlier in the game.

In-game cameras picked up shots of him awkwardly doing the splits early in the game and then struggling with acceleration/pushing off when pivoting. And post-pivot, he appeared to have problems lengthening his stride. That smacks of a groin issue; we'll find out more in the next couple days.

Steven Stamkos C TB 1 Month

Stamkos recorded a point in his sixth consecutive contest, tallying a goal and a pair of helpers in Monday's 5-1 win over the Rangers.

Stamkos now has 12 goals, good enough to tie him for the league lead. He's well on his way to another 50-goal, 90-point season as he continues to light up the scoresheet.

Steven Stamkos C TB 1 Month

Stamkos' point streak stands at five games and six points, including three goals, after he picked up a power-play assist in Saturday's win over the Islanders.

He has 11 points in his last nine games and was held off the scoresheet just once in that span. You know what to do.

Steven Stamkos C TB 1 Month

Stamkos' point streak stands at four games and five points, including three goals, after netting the Lightning's only goal in a 2-1 loss to the Sharks on Thursday night.

It's his 11th goal of the season. He sits among the league's top-five scorers and is on track to record another 50-plus goal season.