An NHL trailblazer, the man that ushered in unprecedented growth and the best statistical goalie in the game's history headline the Hockey Hall of Fame's class of 2018.
NHLPA.com looks back at the 2003-04 seasons of Roberto Luongo, Joe Sakic, and Martin St. Louis – who was voted 'most outstanding' by his peers while being commended by Ted Lindsay, who thinks the two have a lot in common!
Most of Martin St. Louis' time these days are spent at a rink with his hockey-playing sons. So much so, that the first NHL game he attended since he retired was last week in Tampa Bay.
The 16-year veteran played in 1134 regular season games with Calgary, Tampa Bay & New York, capturing the Stanley Cup and the Lester B. Pearson Award in 2003-04.
Two of the game's most respected leaders, Martin St. Louis and Ryan Callahan, made headlines across the sporting world on Wednesday, when the two captains were traded for one another.
Even after 1,000 games played, Martin St. Louis’ teammates know their captain is still at the top of his game
Crosby, Ovechkin & St. Louis voted by fellow members of the NHLPA as finalists for the “Most Outstanding Player” award
After becoming the oldest player in NHL history to win the Art Ross Trophy, Martin St. Louis has cemented his place as one of the elite offensive players in the game today.
The Masters is upon us, and with the blooming azaleas & the roaring patrons at Amen Corner, the sporting world's eyes will be on Augusta.
The NCAA 'March Madness' Tournament kicked off on Thursday, with sports fans filling out brackets and trying to top their friends and co-workers in office pools all across North America.
Interviews with the the finalists and fellow players of the 2012 Ted Lindsay Award, including winner Daniel Sedin.
After hoping to be a regular early on, Marty St. Louis has become a bona-fide NHL star
Team Staal adds Green and Kesler; Team Lidstrom adds Kane and St. Louis as alternate captains
Lightning winger has built an impressive career, and trophy case since proving to the hockey world he could excel in the NHL