The Tampa Bay Lightning plan to retire Martin St. Louis' No. 26.
Martin St. Louis said that there was no one thing that led to his retirement, but his family appears to be among the motivating factors.
Martin St. Louis has decided to hang up his skates.
Pittsburgh has apparently decided against pursuing pending unrestricted free agent Martin St. Louis.
The New Jersey Devils and Pittsburgh Penguins might be among the teams that make a serious push for Martin St. Louis as an unrestricted free agent, per the New York Posts' Larry Brooks.
Martin St. Louis will reportedly not be back with the Rangers next season.
Martin St. Louis needs time to weigh his options before deciding if he'll return for the 2015-16 campaign.
Do not expect to see Martin St. Louis back in a New York Rangers uniform next season.
Martin St. Louis scored his first goal of the playoffs on Friday.
Martin St. Louis is projected to remain on the third line for Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Final.
Martin St. Louis was placed on the third line for Game 1 Saturday.
As it turns out, Martin St. Louis isn't beginning Game 1 on the New York Rangers' top line.
Martin St. Louis was back on the first line in practice Friday.
Martin St. Louis scored a pair of goals during the three games between the New York Rangers and Tampa Bay Lightning during the 2014-15 regular season.