TAMPA - Tampa Bay Lightning right wing Marty St. Louis was named a second-team All-Star, the NHL announced on Wednesday.
St. Louis led the league in scoring with 60 points in the lockout-shortened 48-game season to capture his second Art Ross Trophy. St. Louis, the all-time Lightning leader with 892 points, also won the Lady Byng Trophy and was a finalist for the Ted Lindsay Award last season.
This is the fifth time St. Louis was named an NHL All-Star. He was a first-team selection in 2004, when he also was named league MVP, and a second-team selection in 2006-07, 2009-10 and 2010-11.
Alex Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals, the league MVP last season, was named to the first team in his first season at right wing after playing left wing his first eight NHL seasons.