Steven Stamkos

Stamkos is active so this post may not be up-to-date mid-season.

Career

  • NHL: 2008-present; 8 seasons, 7 quality
  • 312G, 250A for 562P, +5 in 569 games; 76.7 PS; 19:45 ATOI
  • Stamkos is currently 14th All Time in GPG
  • In his draft class,[1. 2008] Stamkos[2. Drafted 1st overall] is 2nd in Games and Assists, 1st in Goals and Points and 18th in Plus Minus
  • Era: Stamkos is 2nd in Goals and GPG, 11th in Points, 5th in PPG, 3rd in OPS, 5th in PS, and 118th in Games[3. Of the 163 players to play in at least 550 games between 2008 and now]
  • 82-game average: 45G, 36A for 81P, +1
  • 3-year peak (2010-13): 82-game average of 51G, 43A for 95P, +2
  • Possession: 50.6 CF%, 0.4 CF%Rel, 50 FF%, -0.7 FF%Rel
  • Playoffs: 15G, 20A for 35P, -3 in 49 games; 19:07 ATOI
  • Playoffs Possession:[4. Unavailable]
  • Adjusted: 372G, 290A for 662P
  • Adjusted 82-game average: 54G, 42A for 95P
  • Never traded.

Accomplishments

  • Richard (’10, ’12)
  • Top 5 in Hart voting once (’12)
  • Top 5 Player[5. By Point Shares] once (’12)
  • Top 5 Offensive Player[6. By Offensive Point Shares] four times (’10, ’11, ’12, ’13), Top 10 five times (’15)
  • Scored 60 goals once,[7. 1 of only 20 players ever] 50 twice, 45 thrice, 40 four times, 35 five times, 25 seven times, 20 eight times,[8. Every season he’s been in the league]
  • Tallied 20 assists twice
  • Scored 90 points thrice, 70 points four times, 60 points five times, 50 points six times
  • Led the league in Goals twice, Top 5 five times, Top 10 six times
  • Led the league in GPG twice, Top 5 six times, Top 10 seven times
  • Top 5 in Points four times
  • Top 5 in PPG twice, Top 10 four times
  • 2nd Team All Start twice
  • 3 All Star Games.

Great Teams

  • Top 3 Forward[9. By points and minutes] on one Final Four (’11 Lightning), Top 6 Forward[10. By points and minutes] on one Runner Up (’15 Lightning), Injured on one Final four (’16 Lightning)
  • Top 9? Forward[11. By points] on one World Cup Champion (’16 Canada)
  • Top 6 Forward[12. By points] on one World Champion Runner Up (’09 Canada)
  • Top 3? Forward[13. By points] on one World Junior Champion (’08 Canada).

 

Despite being an elite goal scorer for a little while[14. And despite being one of the most highly prized forwards in the league as I write this] I think Stamkos has to do more before he has a case to be in the Hall.

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