Michael M. McMahon
Tuesday March 25th, 2014

Steven Stamkos showed off why he's a star with a spectacular goal vs. Ottawa. (Scott Audette/Getty Images) Steven Stamkos showed off why he's a superstar with a spectacular goal vs. Ottawa. (Scott Audette/Getty Images)

By Mike McMahon

With Opening Day in Major League Baseball just around the corner, it appears that Tampa Bay Lightning sniper Steven Stamkos has been working on his swing.

In the third period of the Lightning's matchup against the Ottawa Senators, Tampa Bay forward Ondrej Palat hit the crossbar, sending the puck straight up into the air. Stamkos was there to bat it into the net with Senators goaltender Robin Lehner caught as a spectator

The goal was initially waved off by the refs for a high-stick, but further review overturned the call and tied the game at three.

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