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     Tweet   NEW YORK -- Martin St. Louis left the Madison Square Garden ice Thursday morning bleeding from his left eye area after a teammate backhanded...
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Injury puts St. Louis' games streak in jeopardy

NEW YORK Tampa Bay Lightning forward Martin St. Louis took a puck to the face at the team's morning skate before their Thursday night game against the New York Rangers, putting the six-time All-Star and former Hart Trophy award winner's 499-game streak in jeopardy. A puck off the stick of Bolts center Dominic Moore struck St. Louis in the left eye as he circled behind the...

Lightning's St. Louis struck in face by puck

Martin St. Louis has been struck in the face by a puck during the Tampa Bay Lightning's morning skate and is unlikely to play Thursday night against the New York Rangers in what would be his 500th consecutive game. St. Louis was hit near his left eye when teammate Dominic Moore shot wide of the net Thursday. The Lightning's star forward was bleeding when he left the ice...

St. Louis Suffers Facial And Nasal Fractures

TAMPA BAY – Tampa Bay Lightning right wing Martin St. Louis will not play tonight’s game at the New York Rangers and he is out indefinitely after suffering facial and nasal fractures at the team’s morning skate today at Madison Square Garden. St. Louis was struck in the face by a puck shot by a teammate during a practice drill. St. Louis will return to Tampa Bay immediately...

Lightning's St. Louis hit in face by puck during practice

Tampa Bay Lightning right wing Martin St. Louis was hit in the face by a puck during Thursday's morning skate. St. Louis, 36, was taken to New York University Medical Center for further evaluation after he was hit above his eye. "We'll see what the extent of it is, but right now it doesn't look pretty," Lightning coach Guy Boucher told the Tampa Tribune. ...

St. Louis Most Likely out Tonight vs. Rangers

Dave Lozo at NHL.com reports that Lightning forward Martin St. Louis left practice Thursday morning after taking a puck in the face from teammate and former Ranger Dominic Moore at Madison Square Garden.Lightning General Manager Steve Yzerman said this about St. Louis' status for tonight's game against the Rangers..."I assume he won't be able to play tonight."...

Bolts' St. Louis hit in face by puck during practice

NEW YORK (AP) -- Martin St. Louis has been struck in the face by a puck during the Tampa Bay Lightning's morning skate and is unlikely to play Thursday night against the New York Rangers in what would be his 500th consecutive game.

Bolts' St. Louis hurt; streak likely ends at 499 straight games

Lightning star Martin St. Louis was hit by a puck in the eye and went to a hospital for evaluation.

Slap Shot: After Morning Skate Accident, St. Louis's Streak Ends at 499

Forward Martin St. Louis took a puck to the eye and sustained facial and nasal fractures during Tampa Bay's morning skate at Madison Square Garden, ending his regular-season game streak.

Puck hits St. Louis in face, likely out (AP)

Martin St. Louis has been struck in the face by a puck during the Tampa Bay Lightning's morning skate and is unlikely to play Thursday night against the New York Rangers in what would be his 500th consecutive game. St. Louis was hit near his left eye when teammate Dominic Moore shot wide of the net Thursday.

St. Louis suffers nasal, facial fractures

     Tweet   MORE COVERAGE Article Continued From: St. Louis expected out tonight after puck to face Tampa Bay Lightning right wing Martin St. Louis wi...

How to be an NHL ironman

One of the NHL's ironman streaks came to an end on Thursday when Lightning forward Martin St. Louis missed the team's game against the Rangers after being hit in the face with a puck during practice.That snapped St. Louis's string at 499 games, which was good for third among active NHL streaks. But St. Louis was still well back of Doug Jarvis's all-time record of...

Lightning forward St. Louis hit in face by puck

Martin St. Louis has been struck in the face by a puck during the Tampa Bay Lightning's morning skate and is unlikely to play Thursday night against the New York Rangers in what would be his 500th consecutive game.

Rangers Fail To Get The Kill Against Tampa Bay, Lose Second Straight

Following a five game winning streak the New York Rangers suddenly find themselves the losers of two straight after blowing a late lead and falling 3-2 in a shootout against Tampa Bay.  Former Ranger Dominic Moore figured prominently scoring the game tying shorthanded goal with only 1:57 remaining and notching the shootout winner.  Moore was also the one that injured teammate Martin...

Tampa Bay Lightning (12-14-2) at Philadelphia Flyers (17-7-3), 7 p.m. (ET)

The Philadelphia Flyers take aim at their longest winning streak in a year this evening as they battle a Tampa Bay Lightning club that remains without injured superstar Martin St. Louis.

Afternoon Line

“This season has been hard.  I feel like the past two or three years, the amount of scoring chances that we generate with nothing to show for it is at a three-year high, I would say. That could weight in a lot on your mind and make you think about things. You just have to be honest with your game and your assessment of your game. I feel we deserve better as a team.” -Martin...
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