Steven Stamkos net worth is
Steven Stamkos salary is
$5.5 million USD (2016)
Steven Stamkos Wiki/Biography
Steven Stamkos was born on the 7th February 1990, in Markham, Ontario Canada of Scottish and ethnic Macedonian origin, and is a professional ice hockey player who currently plays for the Tampa Bay Lightning in the National Hockey League (NHL). Stamkos has been active in the sports industry since 2008.
How much is the net worth of Steven Stamkos? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of his wealth is as much as $8.3 million, as of the data presented in the middle of 2017. NHL is the main source of Stamkos’ building fortune.
Steven Stamkos Net Worth $8.3 Million
To begin with, he was raised in Unionville, and educated in Central Park School; later, he joined St. Brother Andre Catholic High School. Stamkos represented the ice hockey team of Northern Collegiate Institute and Vocational School, with which he became the winner of OMHA titles as well as the OHL Cup in 2006. As a junior rookie with Sarnia Sting, he got 92 points (42 goals and 50 assists) in 63 games. He was appointed selected for the OHL Second All-Rookie Team, behind Sam Gagner in the role of the centre, then for the CHL First Team the next year. The player also won the Bobby Smith Trophy, which rewards players who also stand out for academic merit.
During the NHL Entry Draft 2008, he was picked the first overall by the Tampa Bay Lightning, signing a 3-year contract worth a total of $8.55 million. Steven played his first game in the NHL in Prague, Czech Republic, at the beginning of the season 2008 – 2009. He had to wait until the 8th game to score his first point. In February 2009, Stamkos scored his first hat trick in the NHL, against the Chicago Blackhawks, the youngest of the franchise to do so. Despite yhis, Stamkos was severely criticized for the lack of contribution in terms of teamwork and assists during the first half of the season, during which he was sometimes limited to less than 10 minutes per game ice, but finished the season with 19 points in 20 games. Before the 2009 – 2010 season, Stamkos spent the summer practicing with Gary Roberts, the former NHL player, working on strength and endurance. This was the season during which he stood out in quality, and found himself competing for the title of top scorer in the league, finishing the season with 51 goals.
Following a start of the 2010 – 2011 season, during which scored 19 goals in the first 19 games, Stamkos attracted media attention for the challenge to the primacy of 50 goals in 50 games. In 2011, Stamkos was nominated to play in the NHL All-Star Game; because the Lightning ended the season in 5th place in the Eastern Conference, Stamkos made his debut in the playoffs of the Stanley Cup in 2011.
During the post-season, in the middle of 2011, Stamkos became a restricted free agent. Only 18 days later he lengthened his contract with the Ligthning, for a value of $ 37.5 million. In the spring of 2012 Stamkos scored his 50th goal of the 2011 – 2012 season, just the sixth player in the NHL to have 50 goals for more than one season before their 23th birthday. He was named to the NHL Second All-Star Team in both 2011 and 2012. Following surgery on a fractured tibia in 2014, Stamkos was named captain of the Lightning. In the 2014-15 season, the team made the Stanley Cup final, but lost. In the next season, Steven recorded both his 500th game and 500th point.
In June 2016, the Lightning signed Stamkos to an 8-year $68 million contract, indicating their confidence in the future of the player. He is already in the top three Lightning players in scoring goals and points, and the first in hat-tricks, however, knee surgery in late 2016 put a temporary stop to is career.
In early 2016, he won World Cup of Hockey Champions representing his national team.
Finally, in the personal life, Steven Stamkos married Sandra Porzio in 2017.
|Full Name||Steven Stamkos|
|Net Worth||$14 Million|
|Salary||$5.5 million USD (2016)|
|Date Of Birth||February 7, 1990|
|Place Of Birth||Markham, Ontario Canada|
|Profession||Professional ice hockey centre, the captain of the Tampa Bay Lightning of the National Hockey League|
|Education||Central Park Public School, St. Brother André Catholic High School in Markham, Ontario, Northern Collegiate Institute, Vocational School in Sarnia|
|Spouse||Sandra Porzio (m. 2017)|
|Parents||Lesley Stamkos, Chris Stamkos|
|Awards||NHL YoungStars Game (2009), World Cup of Hockey Champion (2016), CHL Top Draft Prospect Award (2009), OHL Bobby Smith Trophy (2007), Maurice Richard Trophy Award, CHL's Top Draft Prospect Award, NHL's leading goal-scorer (2010, 2012), NHL Second Team All-Star (2011, 2012), NHL All-Star Games (2011,...|
|Nominations||OHL Entry Draft: 2006, Markham Waxers of the OMHA (first overall pick), NHL Entry Draft: 2008, Tampa Bay Lightning (first overall), OMHA titles, OHL Cup title (March 2006, for Waxers club), World Championship All-Star Team (2009), IIHF World U18 Championship All-Star Team (2007)|
|Movies||Tým na hrane (2010, documentary), Forget Everything (2008)|
|TV Shows||World Cup of Hockey (Toronto, 2016), Stanley Cup Finals (TV Mini-Series, 2015), NHL All-Star Game (TV Special, 2015), EA Sports' NHL 12 (2011, video game), Shawn Warford's Moment Zero (2013, commercial)|
|1||Attended Central Park Public School and St. Brother André Catholic High School in Markham, Ontario, Canada.|
|2||Played for the Sarnia Sting of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL).|
|3||Was the cover athlete for NHL 12.|
|4||Was selected first overall in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft.|
|5||Played for Team Canada in the 2008 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships and helped the team win Gold.|
|6||In July of 2011, he signed an five-year, $37.5 million contract to remain with the Tampa Bay Lightning.|
|7||On October 23, 2015, he played in his 500th NHL career game.|
|8||Grew up in Unionville, Ontario, Canada.|
|9||On July 28, 2008, he signed a three-year entry level contract with the Tampa Bay Lightning.|
|10||Scored his 200th NHL career goal on March 18, 2013.|
|2015 Stanley Cup Finals||2015||TV Mini-Series||Himself - Tampa Bay Lightning Centre|
|2015 NHL All-Star Game||2015||TV Movie||Himself - Tampa Bay Lightning|