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Lightning's Martin St. Louis: Scoring title no consolation for missing playoffs

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Tampa Bay Lightning right wing Martin St. Louis, right, celebrates with teammate Teddy Purcell after scoring against the Florida Panthers during the second period of an NHL hockey game Saturday, April 27, 2013, in Tampa, Fla. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara) (The Associated Press)

Martin St. Louis had a remarkable year, leading the NHL in scoring at age 37. Still, the Tampa Bay Lightning forward would give up it all up to play in the Stanley Cup playoffs.

Tampa Bay failed to make the postseason for the second straight season despite have the league's top two scorers in St. Louis and Steven Stamkos.

St. Louis finished with 60 points, becoming the oldest Art Ross Trophy winner. He also captured the scoring title in 2004, when Tampa Bay won its only Stanley Cup championship. Stamkos wound up second in the points race with 57.

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