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Stanley Cup Final
Martin St. Louis

Martin St. Louis  #26

New York Rangers  Right Wing
NUMBER: 26 BIRTHDATE: June 18, 1975  (AGE 38)
HEIGHT: 5' 8" BIRTHPLACE: Laval, QC, Canada
Shoots: Left
Art Ross Trophy 2003-2004 / 2012-2013
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy 2009-2010 / 2010-2011 / 2012-2013
Hart Memorial Trophy 2003-2004
Ted Lindsay Award 2003-2004
Last Game: Tallied the game-winning goal and added an assist in 17:26 of ice time on Tuesday at PHI

Playoff Career vs. PHI: 10 GP, 3-9-12

- Acquired from Tampa Bay in exchange for Ryan Callahan, a 2nd round pick in 2014, and a 1st round pick in 2015 on Mar. 5

- Leads the team in points (five) and is tied for the team lead in goals (two) and assists (three) during the playoffs

- Tied for 16th in the NHL in goals (30), 19th in points (69), and sixth among league forwards in average ice time (20:56)

- Has scored at least 30 goals in seven seasons during his NHL career

- Tallied his first goal as a Ranger with a shorthanded tally on Apr. 1 at VAN

- Tallied his first point as a Ranger with a power play assist on Mar. 7 at CAR

- Recorded three shots in 20:11 of ice time while making his Rangers debut on Mar. 5 vs. TOR

- Posted his eighth career hat trick with a career-high, four goals, on Jan. 18 vs. SJS

Milestones Achieved: 1,000th career NHL game (11/19 at LAK); 600th career NHL assist (1/30 at OTT)

ECAC First All-Star Team (1995, 1996, 1997) ECAC Player of the Year (1995) NCAA East First All-American Team (1995, 1996, 1997) NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team (1996) NHL First All-Star Team (2004) Art Ross Trophy (2004, 2013) Lester B. Pearson Award (2004) Hart Memorial Trophy (2004) NHL Second All-Star Team (2007, 2010, 2011, 2013) Lady Byng Memorial Trophy (2010, 2011, 2013) Played in NHL All-Star Game (2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011) Signed as a free agent by Calgary, February 19, 1998. Signed as a free agent by Tampa Bay, July 31, 2000. Signed as a free agent by Lausanne (Swiss), November 4, 2004.

I've been getting frustrated lately, and the only thing keeping me sane was the team winning and other people stepping up and scoring. Then you just kind of let it go and realize you can end the series with one shot, that frustration goes away for a brief moment, and that's what happened.

— Montreal forward Max Pacioretty after scoring the series-winner in Game 4 -- his first career playoff goal -- to eliminate the Lightning and send the Canadiens into the second round