Martin St. Louis shocks the NHL

martin st. louis retires nhl

Martin St. Louis shocked the NHL when he announced his retirement today. The 40 year old began his career as an undrafted free agent with the Calgary Flames. With the Tampa Bay Lightning he found success, winning two Art Ross Trophies, a Hart Trophy, and a Stanley Cup. He played his last season with the New York Rangers.

In all, he played 16 seasons, accumulating 391 goals and 642 assists for 1033 points in 1134 games. St. Louis also won two Olympic gold medals with team Canada. He played in six NHL All-Star games and won the Lady Byng Trophy 3 times.

See you in the Hockey Hall of Fame, Martin St. Louis!

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