Martin St. Louis becomes oldest Art Ross Trophy winner

Martin St. Louis becomes the oldest scoring champion in the NHL at the age of 37. (Ben Pelosse/QMI...

Martin St. Louis becomes the oldest scoring champion in the NHL at the age of 37. (Ben Pelosse/QMI Agency)

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The NHL awards won't be handed out until later this spring but we already know four of the recipients.

Tampa Bay Lightning forward Martin St. Louis will take home his second Art Ross Trophy after recording 17 goals and 43 assists for 60 points.

St. Louis becomes the oldest scoring champion at 37, eclipsing an 80-year-old record Bill Cook held when he led the league in 1932-33 with the New York Rangers as a 36-year-old.

The Lightning forward won his first Art Ross in 2004 with 94 points.

After leading the Washington Capitals from the bottom of the standings to the Southwest Division title, Alex Ovechkin won the Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy for a third time after posting 32 goals in 48 games.

Ovechkin's late-season surge -- during which he scored 22 goals in his last 22 games -- propelled him above the likes of Steven Stamkos and John Tavares, each netting 29 and 28 goals respectively.

Chicago Blackhawks goaltenders Corey Crawford and Ray Emery combined to win their first William M. Jennings Trophy, allowing the fewest goals during the regular season.

The Blackhawks allowed a league-low 102 goals, two fewer than the Ottawa Senators.

Crawford went 19-5-5 and ranked third in the NHL with a 1.94 goals-against average. Emery set an NHL record by winning his first 12 decisions of the season and finished 17-1-0. He ranked fourth with a 1.94 goals-against average.


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