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Tampa Bay Lightning forward Martin St. Louis was playing in his 1,000 career game and he made it a good one. St. Louis finished with 2 goals and 1 assists, complete with this hysterical celly. Might want to make sure you keep your balance when you celebrate there Marty.
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It’s Martin St. Louis‘ night and he’ll fall down if he wants to. The Lightning were on the road last week when the winger played in his 1,000th NHL game, so the team took some time out on Monday night to honor their star at home with a pregame ceremony. The captain’s special night continued once the game began too, as St. Louis netted his ninth goal of the season during...
Tampa Bay Lightning captain Martin St. Louis wiped out while celebrating his first period goal in Monday night's game against the New York Rangers.St. Louis slipped backwards and fell to the ice after throwing a fist pump, but fortunately, the goal still counts. St. Louis finished the game with two goals and an assist in the 5-0 Lightning victory. It was a perfect night for...
Score goal? Check. Celebrate goal? Check. Forgot how to balance on skates during celebration? Check. Congrats on the trifecta Martin St. Louis. [@sbnation] The post Martin St. Louis tanks it during goal celebration appeared first on The Nosebleeds.
The Tampa Bay Lightning were honoring Martin St. Louis tonight after he recently played his 1,000 career game. St. Louis came through on his big night and scored a goal against the Rangers early in the 1st period.
And then he fell on his ass.
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In a day where Steven Stamkos is already standing up without crutches just two weeks after a broken leg he suffered in a game against the Boston Bruins, teammate Martin St. Louis is struggling to stay on his feet during his goal celebrations. St. Louis scored early in the first period on a breakaway to give the Lightning a 2-0 lead. On a fist pump celebration, the Tampa Bay Lightning...
Martin St. Louis had a most memorable night.
St. Louis scored two goals and added an assist after being honored before the game, and the Tampa Bay Lightning stopped a four-game losing streak by beating the New York Rangers 5-0 on Monday night.
''For us to pull out the game the way we did, and for him to contribute the way he did, a little storybook in there,'' Tampa...
Martin St. Louis had two goals and an assist after being honored before the game, and the Tampa Bay Lightning stopped a four-game losing streak by beating the New York Rangers 5-0 on Monday night.
St. Louis received a silver stick and other gifts during a ceremony for playing in his 1,000th NHL game last Tuesday at Los Angeles. He was the 286th to reach the milestone.
Martin St. Louis was honored prior to Monday’s game for playing in his 1000th career NHL game last week.
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During the actual game the Tampa Bay Lighting right wing scored his ninth goal of the season and promptly hit the ice.
On a day that saw Steven Stamkos walk into the Tampa Bay Times Forum without crutches or a boot, the Tampa Bay Lightning took it to the New York Rangers and grabbed a much-needed 5-0 victory. Celebrating Martin St. Louisâs first 1000 games in the NHL, the Lightning took control of the scoreboard early on and never let go. The win moves the teamâs record to 15-8-1, and...
The Rangers saw their two-game win streak go up in flames Monday as they fell 5-0 to the Lightning. On a night where Martin St. Louis was honored, he showed just how worthy he was of it, scoring twice. In addition, Ben Bishop continued to torment the Rangers, stopping everything in sight. Coming into the game, Bishop was 3-0 with a 1.26 goals-agan isn't average and .952 save...
Taking part in the celebration were Dave Andreychuk, Brad Richards, Don Koharski, Steve Yzerman, Steven Stamkos and Jeff Vinik.
“It was a Martin St. Louis lovefest out there and nobody touched a soul, especially not him.
“It was a big no-hitter.”
-Alain Vigneault, head coach of the New York Rangers in his post-game comments. More on the Rangers' 5-0 loss to Tampa Bay from Larry Brooks of the New York Post.