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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 two power play assists, including one on the game-winning goal, in 19:18 of ice time on Thursday vs. PHI

Playoff Career vs. PHI: 8 GP, 1-8-9

- 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

- 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 in 16:42 of ice time on Apr. 1 at VAN

- Tallied his first point as a Ranger with a power play assist, and tied for the game-high with five shots on Mar. 7 at CAR

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

- Registered his eighth career hat trick with a career-high, four goals, on Jan. 18 vs. San Jose

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.

It's hard to walk into that locker room and look those guys in the eye when they've played -- clearly, that was our best game we've played in the series -- and I thought we deserved a better fate tonight.

— Tampa Bay Lightning coach Jon Cooper on his team's 3-2 loss to the Canadiens in Game 3 on Sunday