The Stuart was used extensively during the Solomon Islands campaign as was the Zero, so it could easily have happened. I just don't recall any specific accounts. That all depends upon time frame being discussed. In North Africa the first Stuart's supplied to the British acquired the nickname "Honey". You also have to remember that World of Tanks allows for anachronistic match ups. At that time Rommel's main tank was the Pz III Ausf. G, a tank the Stuart was quite comparable to in capabilities/protection. The biggest drawback to the M3 was that it was limited in range as compared to the Pz. III and British Cruiser tanks. German tactical proficiency and employment were the deciding factors at this point, not the actual tanks. In fact, many times it was Rommel's innovative anti-tank gun use and more than tank on tank combat that decided battles. A little later on when the upgraded Pz. III H, J and J Special (50mm L/60 gun, especially when firing the new APCR round) began to arrive they outclassed the Crusaders/Stuarts but by the M3 Grant/Lee's were being fielded.