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Martin St. Louis, who terrorized opposing goalies for thirteen seasons in a Lightning jersey, is the the team’s all-time leader in Point Shares with 107.3 for his career. Among the right wing’s many accomplishments in Tampa Bay, St. Louis helped the team win the 2003-04 Stanley Cup, winning the Hart, Pearson and Ross trophies that year.

LIGHTNING ALL-TIME STARTING SIX

Martin St. Louis leads Tampa Bay Lightning all-time starting six by Point Shares

Joining St. Louis on the Tampa Bay Lightning all-time starting six by Point Shares are goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy (51.4), defensemen Victor Hedman (82.3) and Dan Boyle (42.1), left wing Vaclav Prospal (35.4) and center Steven Stamkos (108.5).

The following stats of the Lightning all-time top six players reflect only those numbers accrued during their time with the franchise…

UPDATED September 27, 2020

ANDREI VASILEVSKIY: 2014-20

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Seasons
0
Point Shares
0
All-Star Games

Win-Loss Record: 159-73

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VICTOR HEDMAN: 2009-20

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Seasons
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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Points: 473

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DAN BOYLE: 2001-08

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Seasons
0
Point Shares
0
All-Star Games

Points: 253

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MARTIN ST. LOUIS: 2000-14

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Seasons
0
Point Shares
0
All-Star Games

Points: 953

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VACLAV PROSPAL: 2001-03, 2005-08, 2008-09

0
Seasons
0
Point Shares
0
All-Star Games

Points: 371

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STEVEN STAMKOS: 2008-20

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Seasons
0
Point Shares
0
All-Star Games

Points: 832