By Age 23, Steven Stamkos...

Thursday, 02.07.2013 / 11:22 AM
Peter Pupello  - Lightning Beat Reporter

Steven Stamkos...

Is the third-youngest player in NHL history to record 50 goals in a season behind Jimmy Carson and Wayne Gretzky.

Set franchise records in 2009-10 for most power play goals in a single season with 24, which also led the NHL that season.

Became the first player in Lightning history to record 30 or more career goals as a teenager and is just one of six in NHL history.

Became the youngest player in NHL history to have an 18-game point streak, breaking Sidney Crosby’s record set in November 2007 (20 years, 28 days old).

Leads the league with 163 goals since the start of the 2009-10 season.

Ranks first on the franchise’s all-time list for most goals scored in a single season with 60.

In 2010, became the youngest player to win the Rocket Richard Trophy since Rick Nash in 2004.

Became one of six players in the last two decades who scored 50 goals as a teenager and is included among active players who also scored 100 points in addition, before turning 20 years old.

Is just one of four players in NHL history to win the Rocket Richard Trophy more than once in his career.

Has finished in the top five of league scoring for points in each of the past three seasons.

Ranks fourth in NHL history for most career goals before age 23 with 186, behind only Mario Lemieux, Dale Hawerchuk and Wayne Gretzky.

Set the NHL record last season with five overtime goals.

Holds the franchise record for most goals on home ice in a single season with 36

Is the only NHL player to record 40 or more goals in each of the past three calendar years

Has been named to the NHL All-Star Team on two occasions

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