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Martin St. Louis | Winger

Team: New York Rangers
Age / DOB:  (39) / 6/18/1975
Ht / Wt:  5'8' / 180
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Martin St. Louis scored his first goal of the playoffs on Friday.
It was a power play effort for the 39-year-old veteran who now has seven points in 16 post-season games this year. It has been a disappointing performance offensively for St. Louis who is definitely on the down side of his NHL career and should be drafted in the middle to late rounds of pools next season. May 23 - 7:12 AM

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Martin St. Louis is projected to remain on the third line for Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Final.

He played on the third line Saturday against Tampa Bay in the first game of the series. St. Louis is still looking for his first goal of the postseason. He has never scored fewer than three goals in his previous six playoff runs and that total came in six contests when he had eight points.
May 18 - 2:04 PM

Martin St. Louis was placed on the third line for Game 1 Saturday.

The winger moved down from the first line as he played alongside Carl Hagelin and Dominic Moore. "After looking at games from both of [the Lightning’s first two] series, we just felt that a subtle little change in right wingers on two lines would maybe help us out," coach Alain Vigneault said. St. Louis did not have a shot on goal in Game 1.
May 17 - 7:48 AM

As it turns out, Martin St. Louis isn't beginning Game 1 on the New York Rangers' top line.

Instead, it's Kevin Hayes who's skating with Rick Nash and Derick Brassard on the first trio while St. Louis is on with Carl Hagelin and Dominic Moore.

Martin St. Louis was back on the first line in practice Friday.

St. Louis was benched in the third period of Game 7 against Washington as J.T. Miller took his spot on a line with Derick Brassard and Rick Nash but coach Alain Vigneault put Miller back on the fourth line in practice and returned St. Louis to his so-called rightful spot. Stay tuned on Saturday for Game 1 to see if the lineup change remains in effect.
May 16 - 8:00 AM

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.

These weren't the first three games against his old Tampa Bay club, however. If you'll recall, St. Louis was originally began his career with Calgary after signing as an undrafted 23 year old free agent in 1998. However, he didn't score in those two games. St. Louis recorded 21 goals and 52 points in 74 games for the Rangers this season, but has just a quartet of assists in a dozen postseason games.
May 14 - 8:11 PM

Martin St. Louis was benched in Game 7 versus Washington.

He didn't see a shift in the final 10:03 of the third period. J.T. Miller took his place on the top line with Derick Brassard and Rick Nash. St. Louis was back with Nash and Brassard in overtime, but he finished the game with three giveaways, zero shots and no points. The veteran winger has no goals and four assists after 12 playoff games.
Source: NY Post
May 14 - 9:58 AM

Martin St. Louis recorded an assist in Game 4.

He set up Derick Brassard for the Rangers' lone goal in a 2-1 loss to the Washington Capitals. St. Louis doesn't have a goal in nine contests this postseason and he's earned just three assists. He's eligible for unrestricted free agency this summer and could be looking for a new team shortly if New York doesn't rally from a 3-1 series deficit.
May 7 - 10:34 AM

Martin St. Louis will play on New York's top line Thursday night.

He will skate alongside Rick Nash and Derick Brassard because Mats Zuccarello is out with an upper-body injury. St. Louis posted just one assist in five games in the first round against Pittsburgh.
Apr 30 - 5:16 PM

Martin St. Louis said he's not distracted by the fact that he might soon be an unrestricted free agent.

St. Louis' four-year, $22.5 million contract will come to an end with the Rangers' 2015 playoff run. It's not clear if he'll re-sign with New York or if the team will let him go due to salary cap considerations. "I don't worry about it," said St. Louis. "Honestly, I'm worried about Game 1. I'm worried about playing a good Game 1." He was limited to just one assist in the Rangers' five-game series against Pittsburgh.
Apr 30 - 10:01 AM

Martin St. Louis is hoping to be a bigger contributor in the second round.

St. Louis has been limited to one assist in five playoff games. With Mats Zuccarello sidelined due to what might be a concussion, the Rangers will likely need more from St. Louis to get past the Washington Capitals. The good news for the Rangers is it's not hard to envision St. Louis bouncing back with a breakout performance during the second round.
Apr 28 - 2:51 PM

Martin St. Louis was the only healthy player that's expected to play on Wednesday to participate in Tuesday's optional skate.

The others on the ice were either extras or recovering from injuries. "I guess I just love the game. I'm just trying to make sure I’m ready to go tomorrow," St. Louis said on Tuesday. "Everybody prepares themselves in their own way. To me it's getting on the ice today is part of, it's such a loose skate, you feel like you're on the pond almost and that's a fun place. Yeah, for sure. It's soothing, no doubt." He'll go into Game 4 looking for his first point of the first round series.
Apr 22 - 10:58 AM

Martin St. Louis hopes to re-sign with the New York Rangers.

St. Louis has spent the bulk of his career with the Tampa Bay Lightning, but he requested a trade last season and was consequently dealt to the Rangers. "I was targeting being a Ranger for a long time," St. Louis said. "I always wanted to come here, I always hoped I could finish my career here." St. Louis is set to become an unrestricted free agent this summer and given that he'll turn 40 in June, his age will obviously be something clubs consider. That being said, he wants to extend his playing career and given that he's recorded 50 points this season, he'll probably get that opportunity.
Source: NY Post
Apr 10 - 4:42 PM

Martin St. Louis' three-game points streak came to an end Thursday night as he and the rest of his teammates were shut out by Andrew Hammond and the red-hot Senators.

St. Louis now has 50 points in 73 games this season and is certainly a good option in a playoff pool. The sniper pitched in 15 points in the Rangers' run last year and has 83 points in 88 career playoff games.
Apr 9 - 11:01 PM

Martin St. Louis netted a goal in a 4-3 overtime win against Columbus.

It was St. Louis' first marker since coming back from a sprained MCL on April 2. He has 21 goals and 49 points in 71 games in 2014-15.
Apr 7 - 9:49 AM

Depth Charts

All Positions
C1Derek Stepan
2Derick Brassard
3J.T. Miller
4Dominic Moore
LW1Rick Nash
2Chris Kreider
3Carl Hagelin
4James Sheppard
5Ryan Bourque
6Tanner Glass
RW1Martin St. Louis
2Mats Zuccarello
3Jesper Fast
4Kevin Hayes
D1Ryan McDonagh
2Keith Yandle
3Dan Girardi
4Marc Staal
5Dan Boyle
6Kevin Klein
7Matt Hunwick
8Chris Summers
G1Henrik Lundqvist
2Cam Talbot