Tampa Bay Lightning vs Montreal Canadiens: Stanley Cup 2014 first-round preview

A lot can change in a year. One year ago today, the Tampa Bay Lightning were a non-playoff team led by Vincent Lecavalier and Martin St. Louis, relics from the franchise’s 2004 Stanley Cup championship. Here we are now: both…Read more →The post Tampa Bay Lightning vs Montreal Canadiens: Stanley Cup 2014 first-round preview appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
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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...
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Lineup notes: Boyle with Richards and St. Louis

Per Andrew Gross, coach Alain Vigneault has switched up the lines a bit headed into a potential clincher against Ottawa: Carl Hagelin-Derek Stepan-Rick Nash Brian Boyle-Brad Richards-Martin St. Louis Benoit Pouliot-Derick Brassard-Mats Zuccarello Dan Carcillo-Dominic Moore-Derek Dorsett Ryan McDonagh is also out tonight, so the defensive pairings will remain the same.
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Canucks vs Rangers (post-game notes)

MARTIN ST.LOUIS SCORED TONIGHT!!!! We will get to that shortly but lets first recap: Playing their third game out of four on this west coast road trip, it was imperative for the Rangers to start the game strong and they Continue reading The post Canucks vs Rangers (post-game notes) appeared first on NYR Center Ice.

St. Louis’ struggles go beyond goals

Photo by Scott Levy/NHLI via Getty Images In the comments section of yesterday’s goal breakdown, BSB regular SalMerc made a comment about how Martin St. Louis’ presence on the ice seemed to be opening up space for others. I thought that was a solid idea for a post, since he isn’t scoring. We’ve looked past snake bitten players in the past (see: Dubinsky, Brandon) when they...
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Rangers Rumor: Martin St.Louis still in scoring slump

Martin St.Louis, the National Hockey League's top scorer last season, was acquired by the Rangers at the trade deadline, and through his first 13 games with the Broadway blue shirts, has yet to score a goal, and the pressure is starting to get to him.The Rangers have tried St.Louis with different line combinations since his acquisition, but to this point, he has been snake bit...
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Lineup notes: Carcillo with flu, St. Louis to top line

Per Steve Zipay, Martin St. Louis will replace the injured Chris Kreider on the Rangers’ top line with Derek Stepan and Rick Nash tonight against Philly. Zipay also noted that this likely means the recently recalled J.T. Miller will slide into the Derick Brassard line. Dan Carcillo is a scratch as well tonight, as he has the flu.
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Getting the most out of Martin St. Louis

Courtesy of Getty Images It has started already hasn’t it? Like Nash vs. Dubi & Arty, or Torts vs. AV, or Prust vs. [insert annual banger's last name here], Rangers fans are watching Martin St. Louis’ every move and comparing them to the box scores coming out of Tampa. To date, many have already declared a winner and loser of this trade. Our former captain has potted...
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Martin St. Louis letter to Tampa Bay Lightning fans

TAMPA BAY -- Former Tampa Bay Lightning captain Martin St. Louis addressed his departure from the club with the following letter to fans and media: Today is a bittersweet day for me.  I am sad that this chapter of my career is over.  I have had 14 wonderful years in Tampa and have cherished being a member of the Tampa Bay Lightning.  I would like to thank Mr. Vinik, Tod Leiweke...
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March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

NHL Trade Deadline Live: Rangers Reportedly Making Run At Acquiring Martin St. Louis

9 a.m.: One of the most exciting days on the NHL calendar is underway. The NHL trade deadline is today, and it’s just six hours away. Between now and 3 p.m. ET, there could be some big moves being made. The action got started early, though, as there was a flurry of activity all day long. The same could happen today, as well, as there are still plenty of players who could be on...
March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

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