2012-13: Played in all 48 games with the Lightning, collecting 17 goals and 60 points to go along with 14 penalty minutes...Led the NHL for scoring with 60 points, winning his 2nd career Art Ross Trophy... Finalist for the Lady Byng Trophy and Ted Lindsay Award...Became the oldest player in NHL history at 37 years old to win the Art Ross Trophy...Ranked 1st in the NHL with 43 assists...Became only 1 of 3 players in NHL history to average 1.25 or more points in a season in the NHL at 37 or older (Mario Lemieux & Gordie Howe)...Ranked 5th in the NHL in power play assists with 17...Recorded his 7th career hat trick on 4/24 vs. TOR...Tallied his 900th career NHL point on 4/9 vs. OTT...1 of only 2 players during the season to not have consecutive point-less games (Chris Kunitz)...Recorded a 6-game assist streak, the 4th longest in the NHL during the season, from 3/2-3/12 (2 goals, 9 assists). 2011-12: Played in 77 games with the Lightning, recording 25 goals and 74 points to go along with 16 penalty minutes...Ranked 1st on the club in assists (49), 2nd in goals and points...Led all Lightning skaters in takeaways with 66...Extended his franchise record for most consecutive seasons with at least 70 points (6 straight seasons)...Ranked 2nd in the NHL for average time on ice amongst forwards (22:37)...Recorded 2 hat tricks: 2/4 vs. FLA and 2/26 at NJ...Registered his 500th assist with the Lightning on 2/26 at NJ...Played in his 900th career NHL game on 2/4 vs. FLA... Collected his 800th career NHL point on 12/6 at NYI...Tallied his 300th goal as a Bolt on 11/26 vs. FLA...Recorded a season-high, 9-game point streak from 1/13 through 2/4 (6g, 10a)...2010-11: Ranked 2nd in the NHL with 68 assists and 99 points...His 99 points were the second-highest total of his career, while his assist total marked a career-high and tied the single-season franchise record previously held solely by Brad Richards...Led the NHL with 37 power-play assists and was 2nd with 41 power-play points...Recorded his 8th straight 25-goal season...Shared the NHL lead with 52 points recorded at home...Registered his 750th career point on 2/23 vs. PHX...Had 2 9-game point streaks, including 1 to finish the regular season...Paired with teammate Steven Stamkos to record a combined 190 points, which was the 2nd-highest total among league teammate pairs...Extended the NHL’s 4th-longest active consecutive games played streak to 472 games, as he appeared in all 82 games for the 5th straight season...Recorded 29 multi-point games throughout the season, which were 3rd-most among all NHL skaters behind Corey Perry (30) and Daniel Sedin (32)...Made his 6th consecutive appearance in the NHL All-Star Game, which accounts for the 2nd-most appearances among active players behind only Niklas Lidstrom...Was 1 of 13 players on the season to record a league-best 5-point game...Took home the Lady Byng Trophy for the 2nd consecutive year at the 2011 NHL Awards Show in Las Vegas...Was also nominated as a finalist for the Hart Memorial Trophy...2011 PLAYOFFS: Made his 1st playoff appearance since 2006-07...Had 4g-4a-8p in the ECQF...Ranked 3rd among all playoff skaters with 10 goals...Ranked 4th on the team with 10 assists and was 3rd among all postseason skaters with 20 points...Finished 2nd among all playoff skaters with 4 power-play goals...Tied for 1st among all playoff skaters with 11 power-play points...Was 3rd on the team with 11 takeaways...Had 2g-3a-5p in the ECSF...Recorded 4g-3a-7p in the ECF...2009-10: Served as alternate captain...Was awarded the Lady Byng Trophy...Was 1 of 3 Lightning players to appear in all 82 games...Ranked 2nd on the team and 5th in the NHL with 94 points, matching the 2nd-highest total of his career...Led the team and finished 5th in the league with a career-high 65 assists...Was tied for 3rd in the NHL with 7 game-winning goals, tying a career-high...Ranked 1st in the league in power-play assists with 30...Recorded his 7th consecutive season with at least 25 goals...Was 1st on the team with 62 takeaways...Finished 3rd among all NHL forwards in average ice time with 21:48... Recorded at least 50 assists for the 4th consecutive season, also marking the 5th time in the last 6 seasons...Had 4 multi-goal games, each with 2 tallies apiece...Recorded 3 assists in 1 game on 3 separate occasions...Notched 26 multi-point games, including 8 contests with 3 points and 18 contests with 2 points...Combined with Steven Stamkos to score 80 goals, which ranked 3rd in the NHL among teammate goal-scoring tandems...Appeared in his 750th career game on 2/13 at NYI and registered his 650th career point on 2/9 against VAN...His 2nd 11-game point streak of the season spanned from 12/18 to 1/12 (6-11-17)... Tied a franchise record with a 10-game assist streak from 10/6 to 10/31 (12a)...Held 2 11-game point streaks including 1 to open the season from 10/3 to 10/31 (3-12-15) which set a franchise record at the time...Was the only NHL player to have scored at least 1 point through the 1st 11 games of the regular season...2008-09: Recorded 30 goals and 80 points in 82 games with Tampa Bay...Was 1 of 2 Lightning players to appear in all 82 games, the 3rd consecutive season without missing a game...Led TBL in goals with 30 and now has 30 goals or more in 5 of the previous 6 seasons... Also led the team in assists with 50 and points...Was tied for 2nd on the club in plus/minus with a plus-4 rating...Ranked 3rd on the team, 1st among forwards, in average ice time with 21:17 (t-11th in the NHL among forwards)...Led the team in takeaways with 74...Made his 5th career NHL All-Star Game appearance...Had a season best 9-game point streak from 3/6 to 3/24 with 6 goals and 6 assists...2007-08: Was the only Lightning player to appear in all 82 games, setting a career-high in consecutive games played with 227 (11/17/05-4/5/08)...Averaged a career-best 24:17 in ice time per game, leading all NHL forwards...Recorded 25 goals and 83 points with the Lightning...Led the Lightning in assists, shorthanded goals (2), was tied for the lead in power-play goals (10) and was 2nd in goals and points...Led the Lightning in takeaways with 65...Was tied for 7th in the NHL in assists...Went to the NHL All-Star Game for the 4th time... Recorded his 500th career point with a power-play goal and added an assist 3/19 at BUF...Recorded 2 assists in 13:46 of ice time in the All-Star Game...Recorded 5 assists in the 1st 2 games of the season...2006-07: Was named to the NHL’s postseason Second All-Star Team...Set career highs with 43 goals, 59 assists and 102 points...Tied the franchise record with 7 game-winning goals during the year...His 59 assists were the most in franchise history by a right wing...Established a career-high 14 power-play goals...He reached the 40-goal plateau for the 1st time in his career 3/22 vs. NJD...Tied the franchise record for road points in a season with his 47th on 2/22 at ATL...Played in his 500th career game 2/9 at NYR...Scored the 1st goal in franchise history during the All-Star Game...Was selected to represent the Eastern Conference for a franchise record 3rd time...Had his career-high 10-game assist streak snapped on 1/18 at NJD... Scored his 1st career shootout goal, the game-winner, on 1/7 at PIT...Had his career-best-tying 5-game goal streak snapped on 12/23 vs. NYR ... Played in his 400th game with the Lightning on 11/28 vs. WSH, the 9th player to reach the milestone with the Lightning...Was named NHL’s 1st Star of the Week of the period ending 11/26/06 after leading all NHL scorers for the week (4-5-9)...Broke his own franchise record for fastest 3 goals as he scored a hat trick in 6:17 during the 2nd period 10/26 vs. CAR, the 2nd time in franchise history a player scored 3 goals in a period...2007 PLAYOFFS: Tied the franchise record for highest plus/minus rating in a series with a plus-6...Had a multi-point game in 3 of the 6 games during the series...Had a goal and an assist and led the team with 32:36 of ice time in Game 4 vs. NJD...Tied the franchise record for points and assists in a game with 3 and was a plus-2 in Game 3 vs. NJD...Scored a power-play goal and added an assist with a plus-2 rating while logging 28:07 of ice time in Game 1...2005-06: Scored his 7th game winner of the season (OT) and recorded an assist as he recorded his 299th and 300th points with the Lightning on 4/15 vs. CAR... Netted his 20th goal of the season, his 3rd consecutive 20-goal season, on 3/13 at MTL...Had a 4-game goal streak from 11/30 to 12/10 and a 6-game point streak from 11/25 to 12/10 (5-4-9)...2006 PLAYOFFS: Scored a goal in Games 2, 3 and 4 (4-0-4), including scoring 2 goals in Game 2...Skated more than 20 minutes of ice time in all games during the series...Scored the Lightning’s 1st goal of the game and had 4 shots on goal in Game 3...2004-05: Played in 23 games with Lausanne of the Swiss league and scored 9 goals while adding 16 assists and 16 penalty minutes...Ranked 5th on the team in points, 3rd in goals and 4th in assists... 2003-04: Appeared in all 82 games with 38-56-94, a career best at the time...Was awarded the Hart Trophy, the Art Ross Trophy, Lester B. Pearson Award, and the Bud Light Plus/Minus Award... Led the Lightning in goals, assists, points, plus/minus, shorthanded goals, game-winning goals, and led all Lightning forwards in ice time...Finished 1st in the NHL in points, plus/minus, and shorthanded goals, tied for 1st in assists and 4th in goals...Scored his team record 8th SHG and team record 7th game-winning goal of the season 4/1 vs. FLA... Recorded 2 assists extending a point streak to 13 games and tying the franchise record for longest point streak (Brian Bradley, 1992-93)...Netted his 100th career goal, his 29th of the season on 2/17 vs. PHI...Scored the game-winner while short handed 2/14 vs. FLA, tying the record for most shorthanded goals in franchise history (14, Rob Zamuner) and for most game-winning goals in a season (6, Fedotenko - 2002-03 and Bradley - 1992-93)...Tied and surpassed Chris Gratton for 4th in all-time Lightning goals on 1/24 at CGY... Gratton had 88 and St. Louis scored his 87th, 88th, and 89th for his 3rd career hat trick, his 2nd of the season, while earning a 4-point game 1/24 at CGY...Scored his 1st hat trick of the season, the 2nd of his career on 1/15 vs. CAR...His 3 goals in 1 period tied Mikael Renberg (3/21/98 vs. FLA) for most goals in a period...His 3 goals came in 9:43, setting a new franchise record for fastest 3 goals, previously held by Renberg (14:50, 3/21/98 vs. FLA)...Had 3 short-handed points (2-1-3) on 12/27 vs. BOS to become the 1st Lightning player to record 3 in 1 game and to tie Rob Zamuner for most Lightning short-handed goals in a season (4)... Registered his 100th career assist 10/25 vs. MIN... 2004 PLAYOFFS: Appeared in all 23 games recording 9 goals and 24 points with 3 power-play goals and 3 game-winning goals...Set career highs in games played, goals, assists, points, plus/minus, penalty minutes, power play goals, and time on ice...Set a new Lightning record for most overtime goals in a post-season with 2, for most assists in a post-season with 15, and most points in a post-season with 24...Established a new franchise record for most assists in a series with 6 in the ECSF vs. MTL and the ECF vs. PHI...Scored the game-winning goal in overtime to send the series to Game 7 and added an assist in Game 6 vs. CGY...Scored his 8th goal of the playoffs in Game 5 vs. CGY...Had a goal (7) and an assist (14) in Game 2 vs. CGY...Had 3 assists, tying the Lightning record for assists in a playoff game, in Game 1 vs. MTL... Scored the game-winning/series clinching goal in overtime in Game 5 on 4/16 vs. NYI ...Tallied his 3rd goal of the playoffs, his 3rd career shorthanded playoff goal, 4/14 at NYI in Game 4...Scored 2 goals in Game 3 on 4/12 on Long Island tying his career best for goals in a game (4/16/03 at WSH) and tied the Lightning playoff record for goals in a game...2002-03: Was 1 of 3 Lightning players to appear in all 82 games...Named to the 2003 All-Star Game (1st All-Star appearance)...Won individual puck control competition and finished 2nd in fastest skater competition at SuperSkill Event during 2003 All-Star Weekend...Skated 16:07 of ice time with 4 shots on goal during All-Star Game...Led team in plus-minus ...Tied for team lead in goals (33)...Ranked 2nd on team in power-play goals (12) and game-winning goals with 5...Was only the 3rd player in team history to register a plus-10-or-better plus/minus rating (Bill Houlder +16 in 1996-97; Rob Zamuner +11 in 1995-96)...Finished season tied for 1st in the NHL in game-tying goals (3), tied for 7th in shorthanded goals (3), tied for 18th in even strength assists (29), tied for 19th in even strength points (47), tied for 20th in goals, and tied for 20th in power-play goals... Recorded 100th career point 10/18 vs. ATL with an assist...Scored 20th goal of the season 1/2 at CGY (3rd fastest player in franchise history to reach 20-goal mark; Chris Kontos 27 games, Brian Bradley 30 games)... Netted 1st career hat trick vs. CAR on 1/30...2003 PLAYOFFS: Led the Lightning and finished tied for 17th in playoff scoring with 12 points in 11 games...Led the Lightning and tied for 4th in the NHL with 7 goals...Recorded 1st career playoff point with assist on Lightning’s 1st goal in Game 2 vs. WSH on 4/12... Scored 3rd consecutive game-winner at 4:03 of 3 OT in Game 6 at WSH on 4/20 to clinch the Lightning’s first series victory...2001-02: Missed 26 games with a broken leg, 2 with a concussion and 1 with a bruised heel...Led team in plus-minus with a plus-4... Was 3rd on team with 6 power-play goals... Placed on Injured Reserve on 1/24 and activated off IR on 4/3...Assisted on game’s 2nd goal 4/3 at WSH, 1st game back from a broken leg...2000-01: Appeared in 78 ￼games, scoring 18 goals and 40 points...Tied for 10th in the NHL in shorthanded goals with 3... 34-of-40 points came after start of December...Led team in shorthanded goals...Tied for team lead wiith 4 game-winning tallies... Made Lightning debut vs. NYI on opening night (10/6/00)...Registered 1st Lightning point with an assist vs. VAN on 10/8/00 ...Scored 1st goal of the season with a shorthanded goal on 11/22/00 vs. ATL (1st career shorthanded goal)...1999-00: Started the season with Saint John of the AHL, played his 1st game with CGY on 11/19/99 vs. DET... Recorded a goal and an assist, his (1st career multi-point game), on 12/4/99 at NJD...Recorded his 1st career 2-goal game on 3/1/00 vs. PIT...1998-99: Split the season between CGY and Saint John...Made his NHL debut, appearing in 13 games with CGY... Played his 1st NHL game on 10/9/98 vs. SJS...Scored his 1st NHL goal 10/20/98 at DAL...Recorded his 1st NHL assist 10/23/98 at NSH...Appeared in 53 games for Saint John, leading the team in goals (28) and points (62), and ranking 2nd in assists (34)...Played in 7 AHL Playoff games, recording 8 points...1997-98: Made his pro debut, splitting the season between Cleveland of the IHL and Saint John of the AHL...Finished tied for 4th in points (50) on Cleveland despite only playing in 56 games...Joined Saint John after signing with CGY on 2/19/98...Led Saint John in playoff assists (15) and tied for 1st in playoff points (20)...COLLEGE CAREER: Was elected to the University of Vermont Hall of Fame in 2007...Played 4 seasons in the ECAC with UVM...In 138 games with Vermont, collected 267 points (91 goals, 176 assists) and 161 penalty minutes...Led Vermont in scoring for 4 consecutive years...Is UVM all-time leader in assists and points and 3rd in goals...Was only 4 points shy of the ECAC record for most career points...Was a 3-year Hobey Baker Award finalist (1995, 1996 and 1997)...NCAA All-American East First Team in 1995, 1996 and 1997...1996 NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team...INTERNATIONAL CAREER: Skated in 9 games with Canada at the 2009 World Championships, recording 4 goals and 15 points with a plus-8 rating...Led the tournament in points, assists and was tied for 3rd in plus/minus while Canada won the Silver Medal...Played in 9 games for Team Canada at the 2008 World Championships, recording 2 goals and 10 points as the Canadians won the silver medal...Represented Canada at the 2006 Olympics, recording 2 goals and 3 points in 6 games played ...Finished tied for the team lead in goals ...Scored 1 goal with the man advantage...Scored 2 goals and 2 assists for 4 points in the 2004 World Cup of Hockey as Canada won the tournament ...His 1 goal came on the power play as Canada won the tournament.