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Musings: Which players are earning their keep?

The Rangers have had a relatively light week which gives us some time to reflect on the Rangers’ play this year including some statistical insight. No fancy stats, just numbers. Reflecting on players’ performances to this point in the season, how many Rangers have justified their cap hit this season? Rick Nash, Martin St Louis, […] The post Musings: Which players are earning...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Martin St. Louis reached 1,000th career point in Rangers' win over Flyers

PHILADELPHIA -- Martin St. Louis reached 1,000 career points with a goal and an assist, Cam Talbot made 26 saves and the New York Rangers beat the slumping Philadelphia Flyers 3-0 Friday. Rick Nash and Dan Boyle also scored for the Rangers (10-8-4), who shut out the Flyers for the second time in nine days. Philadelphia (8-11-3) dropped to 1-6-1 in its last eight games while getting...
Via AP on Fox
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Martin St. Louis booed in return to Tampa as a Ranger (VIDEO)

Martin St. Louis said he was "expecting the worst" in his return to Tampa Bay as a member of the New York Rangers Wednesday night. And he got it ... sort of.The once beloved Lightning star was booed whenever he touched the puck and even during a video board tribute to the diminutive goal scorer. St. Louis asked to be traded last season and then helped the Rangers get to...
Via The Other Paper
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Tampa Bay Lightning honor Martin St. Louis with video tribute (Video)

The Tampa Bay Lightning honored Martin St. Louis with a video tribute as he returned to his former home arena for the first time since being traded to the New York Rangers back in March. St. Louis played for the Lightning for over 13 seasons, helping the team win a Stanley Cup in 2004. The video tribute, featuring highlights of St. Louis' career with the Lightning, played on the...
Via Holdout Sports
22 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Rangers at Tampa Bay Lightning game preview

TV: Sun Sports Time: Pregame coverage begins at 7 p.m. Martin St. Louis seems certain to be remembered fondly years from now in Tampa for his multiple personal accolades and the role he played in helping the Lightning win the 2004 Stanley Cup. Presently, though, fans still may feel uneasy about St. Louis demanding a trade in March after 12 1/2 seasons in Florida. He returns to Tampa...
Via Fox Sports Florida
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Martin St. Louis Picks Alexei Emelin’s Pocket, Scores Goal (Video)

The New York Rangers had a two-goal lead when Martin St. Louis picked up his eighth tally of the season in impressive fashion against the Montreal Canadiens at Madison Square Garden on Sunday night. The 39-year-old right winger came up behind Canadiens defenseman Alexei Emelin, picked his pocket and before Emelin even realized what had happened, St. Louis had scored. Emelin never...
Via NESN.com
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Why the next two weeks could decide the New York Rangers’ season

It is a well-known belief in the NHL that the teams who are in a playoff spot at Thanksgiving are likely to hold on to their spot once the regular season ends. It is rare for a team to struggle through the first two months of the season and still find their way into the postseason. Obviously, last year’s New York Rangers were an exception, as they were out of the playoffs in November...
Via isportsweb.com
November 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Martin St. Louis wants to play at least one more year, retire with Rangers

Martin St-Louis is 39, but he’s not ready to retired. He still wants to play a year or 2 and his wish is to finish his career with the NYR. — Renaud Lavoie (@renlavoietva) October 27, 2014 Hearing that Martin St. Louis wants to play at least one more year and retire with the Rangers continue reading...
Via Save By Richter
October 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Martin St. Louis trade paying dividends when it matters

Things didn’t go so well for Martin St. Louis in his first 19 regular season games with the Rangers, but the trade for him on March 5th was never about the 82 games between October and April. The deal was made because A) New York wasn’t going to re-sign Ryan Callahan and wanted max value […]
Via Blue Seat Blogs
April 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Martin St. Louis is killing the New York Rangers

Martin St. Louis finally scored a goal for the New York Rangers. It sealed a 3-1 victory at Vancouver and offered a glimmer of hope for the playoffs ahead.“It’s always nice to score goals, especially in a winning way,” St. Louis told reporters. “I guess the first one is the toughest one to get.”Apparently so, because St. Louis produced just one goal and three assists...
Via Fox - The Hockey Guy
April 07, 2014  |  Discuss
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