Martin St. Louis became the 13th player in NHL history to lead the league in scoring multiple times, adding this season’s Art Ross Trophy to the one he won in 2003-04.
At age 37, he’s the oldest to win the trophy, and he also set a record for most years between Ross trophies.
Martin St. Louis – 9 years
Span: won in 2003-04 and again in 2012-13
The season following his initial award was wiped out by a lockout.
Gordie Howe – 6 years
Span: won in 1956-57 and again in 1962-63
Howe was 34 when he won his sixth and final Ross in ’62-63.
Bernie Geoffrion – 6 years
Span: won in 1954-55 and again in 1960-61
Canadiens great won five Stanley Cup titles during his wait.
Bobby Orr – 5 years
Span: won in 1969-70 and again in 1974-75
He finished 2d or 3d each year between his two scoring crowns.
Bobby Hull – 4 years
Span: won in 1961-62 and again in 1965-66
Hull set NHL records (54 goals, 97 points) for third scoring title.