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Steven Stamkos and the Montreal Canadiens: a verdict has been reached


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Elias Edmonson
June 3, 2024  (8:22 PM)
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According to what journalist David Pagnotta has just mentioned, the verdict would have been reached for Steven Stamkos and the Montreal Canadiens.

We can probably forget the idea.
His name circulated a lot in town last month, notably following the elimination of the Tampa Bay Lightning, but now Pagnotta believes we already have our answer.
Unless there's a big turnaround, Stamkos should re-sign in Tampa.
«Only Sam Reinhart (94 points, 57 goals) and Steven Stamkos (81 points, 40 goals) scored more points than Jake Guentzel in 2023-24 among free agents, and many people in the National Hockey League expect them to re-sign with their current teams.» - David Pagnotta

Basically, after talking to NHL executives, Pagnotta concludes that Steven Stamkos (just like Sam Reinhart) will likely re-sign with his current team, the Tampa Bay Lightning.
This comes from people who are very well-informed about what's happening in the League, so it's very reliable.

Steven Stamkos will re-sign with the Tampa Bay Lightning, barring a major turnaround

Stamkos, 34, has just finished an 8-season contract, a contract earning him $8.5 million per year.
He signed this pact the same day a certain PK Subban was traded by the Montreal Canadiens. (To the Nashville Predators, for Shea Weber)
Story to follow, but don't be surprised if Steven Stamkos agrees with the Lightning before next July 1st.
Credit : TheFourthPeriod - David Pagnotta - Stamkos should re-sign with the Tampa Bay Lightning
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