Martin St. Pierre was a huge part of the Ontario Hockey League’s Guelph Storm for four seasons from 2000-01 to 2003-04. In his final season with the Storm, he was simply a stand-out. St. Pierre was third in the Ontario Hockey League in scoring with 110 points on 45 goals and 65 assists. Martin added another 35 points in 22 playoff games, leading Guelph to a Robertson Cup win with a sweep of the Mississauga IceDogs in the OHL final. To top the season off, St. Pierre was awarded the Leo Lalonde Memorial Trophy as the Ontario Hockey League’s best overage player.
With his three games played with the Ottawa Senators this past season, Martin has now played 38 NHL games since entering the world of pro hockey in 2004-05. He has also logged NHL games with the Chicago Blackhawks and the Boston Bruins.
Martin has put some great seasons together in the AHL. In 2005-06, he had 73 points with the Norfolk Admirals. The following season he added 99 points with the Admirals while playing an additional 14 games with the Chicago Blackhawks. The 99 points tied him for second in AHL scoring. In 2007-08, he had 88 points with the Rockford IceHogs, also good for second in the AHL. In 2008-09, he contributed 66 points with the Providence Bruins and this past season he totalled 72 points with the Binghamton Senators.
St. Pierre has recently signed on with HC Nefgekhimik Nizhnekamsk of Russia’s KHL for the 2010-11 season. The team finished fourth in the 12 team Eastern Conference of the 24 team KHL.
His profile has yet to appear on the KHL’s official site, but Martin St. Pierre can still be found on the Binghamton Senators official site.