Martin St. Louis
Martin St. Louis is a Canadian winger on the Tampa Bay Lightning.
St. Louis was undrafted, despite an impressive college career at the University of Vermont. He signed with Calgary in 1998, and played parts of two seasons with the Flames before moving to Tampa Bay. In his first season with Tampa Bay, he put up 40 points. In 2003-04, he scored 94 points as the Lightning won their first Stanley Cup. He won the Hart Trophy as league MVP and the Lester B. Pearson Award as the League’s Most Outstanding Player. In 2006-07, he set career highs with 43 goals, 59 assists and 102 points.
St. Louis has played for Team Canada 3 times, winning a gold medal at the ’04 World Cup and a silver medal at the ’08 World Championships.
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