The highlights of Martin St. Louis career
captain, Ryan Callahan, to the Tampa Bay Lightning for Martin St. Louis.
The 38-year-old St. Louis clearly has something left in the tank, posting 61
points in 62 games this season to continue a lengthy run as one of the league’s
most prolific scorers Jaromir Jagr
Here’s a look at some of his career highlights:
Oct. 9, 1998: Made his NHL debut for the Calgary Flames. Scored his first NHL
goal 11 days later.
Oct. 6, 2000: Debuted for the Lightning after signing as an unrestricted free
2002-03: His first breakout season — he tied Vincent Lecavalier for the team
lead in goals with 33 and made his first All-Star Game.
Jan. 30, 2003: Netted his first career hat trick, against the Washington
2003-04: Scored 94 points to capture the Art Ross Trophy, given to the
league’s leading scorer.
2004 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Led all players with 15 assists, and scored 24
points in 23 games, second only to his teammate Brad Richards.
In Game 6 of the Finals, with the Lightning trailing St. Louis’ former team
Calgary three games to two, St. Louis scored the game-winning goal early in the
second overtime to force a Game 7, which Tampa Bay won.
2006-07: Cracked the 100-point barrier for the first time with 43 goals and
59 assists Ryan
2009-10: Won the Lady Byng Trophy for being the league’s most gentlemanly
player after he totaled just 12 penalty minutes on the season. He repeated as
winner the following year and also earned the honor last season.
2012-13: Won the Art Ross Trophy for a second time http://www.rangersgearstore.com/Wayne_Gretzky_Rangers_Jersey,
totaling 60 points in 48 games of a lockout-shortened season.
2013-14: Named the ninth captain in Lightning history before the season,
Nov. 19, 2013: Played in his 1 http://www.rangersgearstore.com/Dan_Boyle_Rangers_Jersey,000th
NHL game, against the Los Angeles Kings.
Jan. 18, 2014: Netted four goals in a game against the San Jose Sharks
— including a first-period hat trick — in a losing effort.
Feb. 2014: Earned a gold medal at the Sochi Olympics with Team Canada, after
he was selected as an injury replacement for his teammate Steven Stamkos.