Martin St. Louis notched a goal and two assists in Tampa's 3-2 win over Florida Tuesday night.
The 37-year-old winger has registered three goals and nine assists during his current seven-game point streak. St. Louis currently sits second in the league with 29 helpers in 26 games and he's fourth in the NHL points race with 36. Last week, he passed Vinny Lecavalier for most points in Tampa Bay history with 865 in 887 games. He also leads the team's all-time list in assists. He's happy with his game right now, but he's frustrated with the results the Lightning are getting on the ice. "It's just a tough time right now," St. Louis said. "If you ask me if I'm having fun right now, it's not fun. But if you ask me am I still enjoying the game? Yeah."