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Martin St. Louis | Winger

Team: New York Rangers
Age / DOB:  (38) / 6/18/1975
Ht / Wt:  5'8' / 180
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Martin St. Louis had two assists in the Rangers' 4-1 win over Philadelphia in Game 1 of the first round.
St. Louis got off to a slow start with the Rangers after being acquired from the Tampa Bay Lightning, but if he shines in the playoffs then that will be forgotten. With those two assists, St. Louis now has 70 points in 64 career postseason games. Apr 18 - 10:05 AM

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Martin St. Louis was a healthy scratch on Saturday.

St. Louis had four assists in two earlier games this week as he is finally breaking out of his scoring slump. He will finish the season with 30 goals and 69 points in 81 games but most of those were for Tampa Bay as he had only one goal and eight points in 19 games for the Rangers.
Source: NY Post
Apr 13 - 8:06 AM

Martin St. Louis had an assist in the Rangers' 2-1 win Thursday night.

After a slow start with the Rangers, St. Louis is heating up just in time for the playoffs. He has 30 goals and 69 points in 81 games this season.
Apr 11 - 9:27 AM

Martin St. Louis played his best game as a Ranger in Tuesday’s 4-1 win over Carolina, torching the Canes with three assists.

St. Louis set up Brad Richards twice on the power play, and helped Derek Stepan score the insurance marker in the third period. St. Louis has been finding his form as of late on his new team with his first goal on April 1st and then Tuesday's performance. The veteran sniper began his Rangers' tenure with just three assists in 14 games.
Apr 8 - 11:19 PM

Martin St. Louis scored his first goal since being acquired from the Tampa Bay Lightning on a shorthanded 2-on-1 pass from Rick Nash midway through the third period, and the Rangers beat the Vancouver Canucks 3-1 at Rogers Arena Tuesday night.

St. Louis has been disappointing with the Rangers with his one goal and three assists in 15 games. Daniel Carcillo and Benoit Pouliot also scored for the Rangers. It wasn't all positive for the Rangers, who watched top defenseman Ryan McDonagh go straight to the dressing room appearing to favor his left shoulder with 43.8 seconds left after a high hit from Canucks forward Alexandre Burrows. There will be an update about his condition today.
Apr 2 - 3:00 AM

Martin St. Louis will play once again alongside Brad Richards and Carl Hagelin when the Rangers take on Edmonton Sunday.

St. Louis has only three assists in 13 games for the Rangers and has obviously struggled mightily since being dealt from the Lightning at the trade deadline. "I haven't gone through this in a long time, so it's a little bit of unchartered territory, meaning that I haven't experienced that type of adversity in a long time," St. Louis said. "It reminds me a lot of [2005-06] after the lockout, when we won the Stanley Cup [in 2004] and I had won a lot of individual awards. That next year, I felt like everybody was watching you. It was a tough year. But I came out of that one and I know I'm going to come out of this. I'm getting tested mentally, no doubt. I have to keep fighting. I'm going to come through this as a better player." We shall see.
Source: NY Post
Mar 30 - 4:36 AM

With no goals and only three assists in 12 games, Marty St. Louis fully admits he has had troubles adjusting to the New York Rangers systems.

Part of that has been the adjustment off the ice with his family and the pressures of playing in New York. Part of that is adjusting to a new system after playing the same one with the Lightning since he broke into the league as a full-time player during the 2000-01 season. "Being in one place for so long and going to a new team, you don’t know what to expect," St. Louis said. "I knew it was going to be hard. But you’re after team success and that’s what we’re getting right now. If I was producing and we were losing, it wouldn’t be a good place. For me, I’m glad we’ve been able to string some wins together and bide the time to get my feet under me."
Mar 29 - 9:22 AM

New York Rangers coach coach Alain Vigneault defended Martin St. Louis' anemic production since he was acquired from Tampa Bay.

"It took me a while to get used to New York and I had only been in Vancouver for seven years," Vigneault said. "He'd been in Tampa for close to 14 years in the same environment with a lot of the same people so it takes time to adjust and it’s taken Marty some time to adjust but he's doing a lot of other things real well that we feel are real important to our team and that's why we're winning." St. Louis has just three assists in 12 games with the Rangers. He was averaging close to a point-per-game in Tampa Bay and won the Art Ross Trophy in 2013. We think St. Louis will still finish the season on a high note, but he still would have probably finished with more points if he had stuck with the Lightning.
Mar 28 - 4:59 PM

Martin St. Louis (flu) is fine to play on Wednesday.

St. Louis played through the illness on Monday, but Rangers coach Alain Vigneault regretted that decision as he wasn't close to 100%. St. Louis is feeling better though and is projected to play alongside Rick Nash and Derek Stepan.
Mar 26 - 12:19 PM

Martin St. Louis (flu) played on Monday, but he was limited to just 11:04 minutes of ice time.

After the game, Rangers coach Alain Vigneault admitted that he made a mistake in letting St. Louis play through the illness. St. Louis now has no goals and three assists in 11 games with the Rangers. New York is off Tuesday, so he will get a bit of time to recover from the flu.
Mar 25 - 10:01 AM

Martin St. Louis (flu) will be a game-time call on Monday.

He didn't skate in the morning. St. Louis has no goals and three assists in 10 games with the Rangers this campaign.
Mar 24 - 4:16 PM

Martin St. Louis has yet to find the back of the net in 10 games as a member of the New York Rangers.

St. Louis had only two goals in his last 13 games with the Lightning so he is in quite a slump as a goal scorer. The Rangers have played well despite his lack of goal scoring as they are 6-3-1 with him in the lineup.
Source: NY Post
Mar 24 - 6:15 AM

Martin St. Louis is feeling good with the Rangers despite recording no goals and two assists in seven games.

Tampa Bay shipped St. Louis to the Rangers after he demanded a trade. "I've been in one place for so long, been used to a lot of players," St. Louis said. "They read and react a little better off me and the same for me. I've got 20 new teammates. They've seen me play. They've played against me but it's a different feel. That takes time." The Rangers have to hope that it doesn't take too much more time, given that they only have a two-point cushion in the playoff race.
Mar 18 - 10:24 AM

Martin St. Louis has played six games for the New York Rangers without a goal so coach Alain Vigneault is making some changes to try to help the future Hall of Famer become more productive.

Vigneault has moved St. Louis to the point of the one of the Rangers’ power-play units, partially to give him some space. Vigneault also has broken up the stagnating St. Louis-Brad Richards partnership. When the powerful Sharks visit New York today, St. Louis will skate with center Derick Brassard and left wing Mats Zuccarello, both of whom are creative and like to push the pace.
Source: NY Post
Mar 16 - 9:57 AM

Martin St. Louis had four shots on goal, but no points in the Rangers' 2-1 loss on Thursday.

St. Louis has an assist in five games since being acquired by New York. "Oh, he's pressing," Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said. "New environment, he wants to do well. He's putting a lot of pressure on himself and he's got to work his way through and he will." The Rangers need that to happen sooner rather than later. They have a three-point cushion in the battle for a playoff spot, but they've also played in 67 games, which is more than most of their competitors.
Mar 14 - 10:21 AM

Depth Charts

All Positions
C1Derek Stepan
2Brad Richards
3Derick Brassard
4Dominic Moore
5Brian Boyle
LW1Chris Kreider
2Carl Hagelin
3Benoit Pouliot
4Daniel Carcillo
5J.T. Miller
RW1Rick Nash
2Martin St. Louis
3Mats Zuccarello
4Derek Dorsett
5Jesper Fast
D1Ryan McDonagh
2Daniel Girardi
3Marc Staal
4Anton Stralman
5Kevin Klein
6Raphael Diaz
7John Moore
8Justin Falk
G1Henrik Lundqvist
2Cameron Talbot