Make us your home page
Instagram

Get the quickest, smartest news, analysis and photos from the Bucs game emailed to you shortly after the final whistle.

(View our Privacy Policy)

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]
Photo reprints | Article reprints

© 2017 Tampa Bay Times

    

Join the discussion: Click to view comments, add yours

Loading...
  1. Kids still playing for all the marbles — literally

    Human Interest

    In this world of pompous athletes, overbearing coaches, money-grubbing owners and a win-at-all-costs mindset, it's easy to become jaded.

    Eli Murphy, right, leans in to give Sierra Ricci the traditional king and queen kiss at the National Marbles Championship in Wildwood, N.J. Both of Allegheny County Pa., they won the girls and boys championship of the 94th annual National Marbles Tournament. [Associated Press]
  2. Lightning takes defenseman Cal Foote with top pick in draft

    Lightning Strikes

    CHICAGO — Former Avalanche defenseman Adam Foote said his son Cal lived in the locker room.

    Cal Foote, second from left, is welcomed to the Lightning by GM Steve Yzerman, far left.
  3. It's Rays' turn to pound Orioles pitching (w/video)

    The Heater

    ST. PETERSBURG - Ah, the fantastic four.

    The Rays smashed the reeling Orioles 15-5 on Friday, scoring a season-high in runs, to climb four games above .500 for the first time since July 1, 2015.

    Rays third baseman Evan Longoria scores on a triple by Logan Morrison during the first inning against the Orioles.
  4. Lightning journal: Plans set for 25th anniversary season

    Lightning Strikes

    CHICAGO — The Lightning revealed some of its plans for its 25th anniversary season Friday, including a ceremony to honor the 2004 Stanley Cup team.

    fit test: Top draft pick Cal Foote puts on his Lightning jersey.
  5. Rays designate catcher Derek Norris for assignment

    The Heater

    ST. PETERSBURG — C Derek Norris tied a career-high with three hits in Friday's 15-5 win against the Orioles then was designated for assignment after the game to make room on the 25-man roster for C Wilson Ramos.

    Matt Duffy is expected to resume his baseball activities once the stitches heal.