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Martin St. Louis was born on the 18th June 1975, in Laval, Quebec Canada, and is a retired ice hockey right wing who played in the International Hockey League, American Hockey League, and National Hockey League (NHL) for such teams as the Cleveland Lumberjacks, Saint John Flames/Calgary Flames, Tampa Bay Lightning and New York Rangers, and won one Stanley Cup trophy in 2004, the Hart Memorial Trophy in 2003-2004, and Art Ross Trophy in the 2003-2004 and 2012-2013 seasons.
Have you ever wondered how rich Martin St. Louis is, as of mid- 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that St. Louis’ net worth is as high as $40 million, an amount earned through his successful career as an ice hockey player, which was active from 1997 until 2015.
Martin St. Louis Net Worth $40 million
Martin is the son of Normand St. Louis and his wife France; he grew up with his sister, Isabelle in his native Laval. Before college, he played in midget age tournaments showing his skills, but due to his small stature, most teams feared that he would be easily stopped on the ice by defensive players. However, after showing his a real deal, many Universities fought for his signature, and he joined the University of Vermont. During his three years at Vermont, Martin won numerous accolades and recognitions, and thanks to his 267 points he became an all-time leader of the University. He won the ECAC Player of the Year in the 1994-1995 season, and after three extremely successful years at Vermont, Martin received numerous offers from the NHL teams, however, he decided to finish studies and then try himself in the NHL.
Following the 1996-1997 season at the University, none of the NHL teams had a contract offer for young Martin, so eventually, he joined the Cleveland Lumberjacks of the International Hockey League, and after 56 games, 16 goals scored and 34 assists, he received a contract offer from the Saint John Flames of the American Hockey League, and after 25 games with them he was given a chance in the NHL, playing for the Calgary Flames. Unfortunately, he wasn’t good enough and was sent back to the Saint John Flames, where he spent two additional seasons, before again returning to the Flames. Sadly, his improvements still weren’t enough, and he was an unrestricted free agent following the 1999-2000 season.
This turned out to be good for Martin, as he signed with the Tampa Bay Lightning, and though he struggled in the beginning and went through a leg injury, he had a breakthrough season in 2002-2003 when he played in all 82 games, scoring 38 goals and making 56 assists. From then, he became one of the main players of the franchise, leading them to the Stanley Cup trophy in 2004, while the same year he won the Art Ross and Hart Memorial Trophies, and by that became the first player to achieve such since the legendary Wayne Gretzky in the 1986-1987 season.
He played for the Tampa Bay Lightning until 2014 when he was sent to the New York Rangers, but before the move, he won several other awards and recognitions, including appearing six times in the NHL All-Star Game. He played for two seasons with his new team, without major success, and after not being offered a new contract from the Rangers or any other NHL team, he decided to retire from hockey. He finished his career with 1,134 regular games and 1,033 points.
On 13th January 2017 he became the first player in the Tampa Bay Lightning franchise history to have his jersey retired.
Aside from a successful club career, Martin also played for the Canadian national ice hockey team, winning gold medals at the World Cup in 2004, and at the Olympic Games in 2014
Regarding his personal life, Martin has been married to Heather Caragol since 2000; the couple has three children together.
|Full Name||Martin St. Louis|
|Net Worth||$40 Million|
|Salary||5 million USD, 5 million USD, 5 million USD|
|Date Of Birth||June 18, 1975|
|Place Of Birth||Laval, Québec, Canada|
|Height||5' 9" (1.75 m)|
|Profession||Ice hockey player|
|Education||University of Vermont|
|Children||Lucas St. Louis, Ryan St. Louis, Mason St. Louis|
|Parents||Normand St. Louis, France St. Louis|
|Siblings||Isabelle St. Louis|
|Awards||Hart Memorial Trophy, Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, Art Ross Trophy, Ted Lindsay Award, NHL Plus-Minus Award, Hart Memorial Trophy, Art Ross Trophy, Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, Ted Lindsay Award, NHL Plus-Minus Award|
|Nominations||Best NHL Player ESPY Award, Best NHL Player ESPY Award|
|1||Invited to attend Team Canada's 5-day Olympic orientation camp on Aug 15th that starts in Vancouver. [August 2005]|
|2||Currently playing hockey for Lausanne in Switzerland for the duration of the hockey lockout. [February 2005]|
|3||Has said that he will not return to play for Lausanne, due to complications in his wife Heather's second pregnancy. [March 2005]|
|4||Declined an invitation to play for Team Canada at the 2005 IIHF World Hockey Championships as training camp came on the heels of his wife Heather's difficult pregnancy, as she went into pre-term labor three times, and the premature birth of their second son, Lucas. [April 2005]|
|5||Son, Lucas was born prematurely, on March 30th, 2005.|
|6||Son, Ryan Martin, was born on June 13th, 2003.|
|7||Cleaned house at the 2004 NHL Awards, winning the Hart Trophy as League MVP, the Art Ross Trophy as the Top Points Scorer, and the Lester B. Pearson Award as MVP selected by the NHLPA (NHL Players'Aosscation)|
|8||Was never actually drafted into playing in the NHL; instead signed on as a free agent with the Calgary Flames in the 1998-1999 season, after splitting the 1997-1998 season between Cleveland of the IHL and Saint John of the AHL.|
|9||2004 World Cup: Scored 2 goals and 2 assists for 4 points in the World Cup of Hockey tournment as Canada won the tournment. One goal came on the power play as Canada won the tournment.|
|10||Was a part of Team Canada's World Cup winning team in September of 2004.|
|2014 NHL Awards||2014||TV Special||Himself - nominee|
|Sochi 2014: XXII Olympic Winter Games||2014||TV Mini-Series||Himself|
|The Best Band You've Never Heard||2011||Documentary|
|2008 NHL Awards||2008||TV Special||Himself|
|Hockey Night in Canada||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|The 2004 Stanley Cup Finals||2004||TV Mini-Series||Himself (Forward - Tampa Bay Lightning)|
|It's Our Game: Team Canada's Victory at the 2004 World Cup of Hockey||2004||Video documentary||Himself|
|2004 NHL Awards||2004||TV Special||Himself|