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"Thats just the way it is." Appearing in five games with Team Canada at the Sochi Games, St. Louis was held pointless in Team Canadas gold medal effort. St. Louis, in the third season of a four-year deal he signed with the Lightning prior to the 2010-2011 season worth an average annual value of $5.625 million, is the Lightnings leader in both goals (25) and points (56) this season. Originally undrafted, St. Louis has fought his way to a long and productive NHL career, scoring 365 goals and 603 assissts in 1,037 career games with the Lightning and Calgary Flames. A six-time NHL All-Star, St. Louis is the reigning Art Ross Trophy-winner for most points in the 2012-13 NHL season. He has twice won the Art Ross, his previous win coming in the 2003-04 season in which he also won the Hart Memorial Trophy and Lester B. Pearson Awards for Most Valuable Player as voted by the Professional Hockey Writers Association and the NHL players, respectively. 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