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Martin St. Louis

Celebrated retired NHL right wing, Martin St. Louis, began his professional career with the Calgary Flames in 1998, before moving to the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2000, and the New York Rangers in 2014.

Despite standing at 5-ft-8 inches as one of the NHL's smallest players, St. Louis' passion and drive led to some undeniable successes throughout his career. For instance, he has received the Art Ross Trophy, a distinction awarded annually to the league's top scorer, on two separate occasions, and has also twice held the lead for the most number of assists.

Furthermore, in 2003, St. Louis was voted by the other NHL players for the Lester B. Pearson Award as the league's most valuable player, and has also been named to an NHL All-Star Team five times.

Even with this stunning array of distinctions, however, St. Louis always remained humble, both on and off the ice, exhibiting unfailing levels of respect, trust and honesty towards his teammates and his opponents.

It thus comes as no surprise that St. Louis was awarded the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy on three occasions for displaying the best type of sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct combined with a high standard of playing ability.


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