NHL 100 in 100: Martin St. Louis honoured by Lightning

Former Tampa Bay Lightning right-winger Martin St. Louis waves as he walks by some of his awards during a jersey retirement ceremony before an NHL hockey game between the Lightning and the Columbus Blue Jackets on Friday, Jan. 13, 2017, in Tampa, Fla. (Chris O'Meara/AP)

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For the longest time, Martin St. Louis was the heart of the Tampa Bay Lightning. The undersized, undrafted winger won two Art Ross Trophies, along with a Hart Trophy during his lengthy tenure with the Florida franchise, helping the team win its only Stanley Cup.

It was only fitting that on Jan. 13, the Lightning retired his No. 26 in a pre-game ceremony ahead of a game against the Columbus Blue Jackets.

Moment No. 59

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