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Marty St. Louis career timeline

A look at Marty St. Louis' career:

Feb. 19, 1998: Signed by Calgary as a free agent

Oct. 9, 1998: Played in first NHL game against the Sharks.

Oct. 20, 1998: Scored his first NHL goal in Dallas against the Stars

July 31, 2000: Signed by the Lightning as a free agent

April 20, 2003: Scored game-winner in triple overtime against the Capitals in Game 6 to clinch the Lightning's first playoff series victory.

June 5, 2004: Scored game-winning goal in double overtime of Game 6 of the Stanley Cup final against the Flames, forcing a Game 7.

June 7, 2004: Won his first Stanley Cup, thanks to a 2-1 victory over the Flames in Game 7. In doing so, St. Louis became the first player since Wayne Gretzky in 1987 to win both the Hart Trophy and Stanley Cup in the same season.

Dec. 9, 2011: Consecutive games streak snapped at 499 after suffering facial and nasal fractures getting hit in the face with a shot during practice.

July 7, 2013: Became the oldest Art Ross Trophy winner in NHL history at age 37, having scored a league-high 60 points in a strike shortened season.

Oct. 1, 2013: Named the 10th captain in Lightning history

Nov. 19, 2013: Played in his 1,000th career game against the Kings in Los Angeles,

Jan. 18, 2014: Tied a franchise-record by scoring four goals in a 5-4 loss to the Sharks.

Feb. 23, 2014: Won an Olympic gold medal as member of Team Canada in Sochi, Russia

March 5, 2014: Traded to the Rangers for forward Ryan Callahan, a 2015 first-round pick and a 2014 second-round pick.

Joe Smith, Times staff writer

Marty St. Louis career timeline 03/05/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, March 5, 2014 6:08pm]
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