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26 Martin St. Louis RW
Height/Weight: 5-8/176 | Birthdate: 6/18/1975 | Birthplace: Laval, Quebec, Canada | Team: New York Rangers | College: Vermont | NHL Experience: 15 | Salary: $5,500,000 | Owned/Started%: 91/51 | Average Draft Position: 53.15
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5/22/2015

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Scores First Of Playoffs

News: Martin St. Louis finally scored his first goal of the playoffs Friday in Game 4 against the Lightning, tallying on a third-period power play.
Analysis: The game was still very much in the balance with the Rangers leading 3-1 at the time, but Martin St. Louis gave New York a little extra cushion and really deflated the Lightning, who appeared to be in disarray for the rest of the game after his goal. These playoffs have certainly been a struggle for St. Louis, who's looking like he's coming to the end of his illustrious career, but he's at least starting to show a little more over the last few games. The Rangers will need him to provide more offense as they try to win two of the next three to advance to the Stanley Cup Final.

5/18/2015

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Grabs Two Points

News: Martin St. Louis assisted on both of the Rangers' goals in Monday's 6-2, Game 2 loss to the Lightning.
Analysis: It wasn't a good night for the Blueshirts, but Martin St. Louis was at least able to chip in as he picked up a pair of points on the power play -- though a miscue in the offensive zone led directly to a short-handed goal for the Bolts. He still hasn't found the back of the net yet himself in these playoffs, but he's still finding ways to contribute as he's picked up six assists.

5/11/2015

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Records Assist In Game 6

News: Martin St. Louis assisted on Rick Nash's third-period goal in Sunday's Game 6 win over the Capitals.
Analysis: Martin St. Louis has assumed a top-six role for the Rangers during the second round with Mats Zuccarello out with a suspected concussion, but it hasn't done much to ignite his production. He's recorded zero goals, three assists, and 13 shots on goal over the last six games, and saw just 13:53 of ice time Sunday, which was his lowest mark of the series. The soon-to-be 40-year-old will become a free agent in the offseason, and even if he expresses interest in re-signing on a one-year deal, it's not clear if the Rangers would be as intrigued about bringing him back.

5/1/2015

Martin St. Louis, RW, NYR Rangers' St. Louis Kept Off Sheet Again

Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Kept Off Sheet Again

News: Martin St. Louis fired off four shots in Thursday's Game 1 loss to Washington.
Analysis: Playing alongside fellow first-liners Rick Nash and Derick Brassard, the veteran winger has been awfully quiet this postseason, registering just one assist through six games. With the team's usual first line right winger Mats Zuccarello (head) reportedly ruled out for the remainder of the series, the Rangers' coaching staff and fantasy owners alike have to be hoping to see some more of that productive play (15 points in 25 games) that Martin St. Louis provided in the team's run to the Stanley Cup finals last spring.

4/23/2015

Martin St. Louis, RW, NYR Rangers' St. Louis Assists On Game-Winner

Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Assists On Game-Winner

News: Martin St. Louis assisted on Kevin Hayes' game-winning goal in Wednesday's Game 4 victory over the Penguins.
Analysis: Martin St. Louis hasn't seen more than 18 minutes in any of the four playoff games, as he's been deployed on the third line while the emerging J.T. Miller has climbed to the Rangers' second trio. The diminished role has unsurprisingly compromised the 39-year-old's production, as he's mustered only four shots on goal during the series, with Wednesday's assist representing his first point. It's probably for the best to steer clear of using him in daily formats until his offense starts to heat up again.

4/11/2015

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Martin St. Louis

Two Assists For Rangers` St. Louis

News: Martin St. Louis dished out two assists in Saturday`s 4-2 win over the Capitals.
Analysis: In six games since returning from a knee injury, the 39-year-old has bounced back nicely, picking up five points while firing 12 shots on goal and skating to a plus-4 rating. Martin St. Louis is certain to be motivated for what could be one of his final chances at a second Stanley Cup -- especially after coming so close last year -- so look for steady production from him as long as the Blueshirts keep playing into the spring.

4/10/2015

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Martin St. Louis

St. Louis Returning To Rangers In 2015-16?

News: Martin St. Louis is interested in re-signing with the Rangers, reports Larry Brooks of the New York Post.
Analysis: Currently playing out the final year of a four-year extension given by Tampa Bay in 2010, Martin St. Louis gelled quickly in the Rangers' playoff run last year and it sounds as if he would like to end his career in Manhattan. While the 39-year-old's declining skill level (50 points in 73 games) will make for a nice value signing to general manager Glen Sather, it will be very interesting to see how his fantasy value is impacted.

4/6/2015

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Martin St. Louis

St. Louis Finds Net In Rangers' Win

News: St Louis logged a first period goal in Monday's 4-3 win over the Blue Jackets.
Analysis: It's the first goal and second point since the veteran winger returned to the line three games ago. While Martin St. Louis' 49 points in 71 games is his worst output in 13 seasons, if he does return to the NHL next season, he's should remain fantasy worthy in deeper formats to say the least.

4/2/2015

Martin St. Louis, RW, NYR Rangers' St. Louis Set To Return

Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Set To Return

News: Martin St. Louis (knee) is slated to play Thursday against the Wild.
Analysis: Martin St. Louis, who is bouncing back from a sprained right MCL, last suited up for the Rangers on March 15. Based on Wednesday's practice, look for St. Louis to work on a line with Kevin Hayes and Carl Hagelin upon his return to the Rangers' lineup on Thursday. Prior to his injury, St. Louis had recorded 20 goals and 47 points in 68 games.

3/31/2015

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Targeting Thursday Return

News: Martin St. Louis (knee) could return to action as soon as Thursday against the Wild, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.
Analysis: Per the report, Martin St. Louis skated with teammates Tuesday and hopes to put in a full practice Wednesday. If all goes well, it sounds like Thursday could be a plausible target for him. Either way, a return appears to be on the horizon for St. Louis, who last suited up March 15.

3/31/2015

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Not Quite Ready

News: Martin St. Louis (knee) participated in the Rangers' morning skate on Tuesday, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.
Analysis: That said, Martin St. Louis won't play Tuesday night against the Jets, though it does appear as though his return to action isn't too far off.

3/29/2015

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Progressing

News: Martin St. Louis (knee) skated on his own Sunday morning, ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Martin St. Louis appears to be inching closer to a return, but at this stage, it remains unclear when the veteran winger will return to game action.

3/27/2015

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Encouraged By On-Ice Session

News: Martin St. Louis (knee) was encouraged by the results of his on-ice session Thursday morning, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.
Analysis: Back on the ice for the first time since spraining his right MCL on March 15, Martin St. Louis was able to skate and shoot the puck during his hour-long session. The winger will wait and see how his knee feels a day later before determining his next course of action, but it doesn't sound like he'll be ready to play in either of the Rangers' two games over the weekend. Next week might represent a more realistic target for his return.

3/26/2015

Martin St. Louis, RW, NYR Rangers' St. Louis To Take The Ice Thursday

Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis To Take The Ice Thursday

News: Martin St. Louis (lower body) is slated to skate with the Rangers on Thursday morning, Newsday's Steve Zipay reports.
Analysis: Martin St. Louis, who last suited up on March 15, is expected to take some shots at goalie Henrik Lundqvist on Thursday, with TSN's Darren Dreger suggesting that the winger is unlikely to return to the Rangers' lineup until after this coming weekend. The Rangers were initially projecting St. Louis to miss 10-to-14 days due to the injury, but it's clear at this point that his recovery timetable will extend beyond that.

3/16/2015

Martin St. Louis, RW, NYR Rangers' St. Louis Out 10-14 Days

Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Out 10-14 Days

News: Martin St. Louis will miss 10-14 days with a lower-body injury that he sustained Sunday against the Panthers.
Analysis: Such a timetable effectively rules Martin St. Louis out for the Rangers' next five games, but it does at least accommodate a return on his part before the regular season concludes. St. Louis, who Andrew Gross of the Record suggests is dealing with a right knee issue, has recorded 20 goals and 47 points in 68 games for the Rangers to date.

3/15/2015

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Exits Sunday's Game

News: Martin St. Louis suffered an unspecified injury during Sunday's 2-1 win over the Panthers, the Rangers' official site reports.
Analysis: Though Martin St. Louis was unable to finish Sunday's game, coach Alain Vigneault noted afterward with regard to the forward's injury that "it doesn't seem to be anything serious, but we'll know more tomorrow."

3/14/2015

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Gets Goal And Assist

News: Martin St. Louis scored a goal and added an assist in a 2-0 win over Buffalo on Saturday night.
Analysis: He now has three points, including two goals, in his last two games after a seven-game point drought. He's on pace for his lowest point total since 2001-02, but he should still top 50. That's a far cry from where he'd been as recently as the lockout-shortened 2012-13. There will be 40 candles on his next birthday cake. The decline has arrived. Adjust your expectations accordingly.

3/11/2015

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Martin St. Louis

St. Louis Snaps Out Of Drought In Rangers' Win

News: Martin St. Louis logged a goal in Wednesday's 3-1 win over the Capitals.
Analysis: It's been a long eight games for Martin St. Louis owners since the veteran forward found the scorer's sheet. Hopefully the third period tack-on goal will help get St. Louis going again. Since most of his 45 points in 66 games have come in bunches during this very streaky season, you may want to take a gamble on the 39-year-old Quebec native and scan the waiver wire.

2/22/2015

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Scores Twice In Win

News: Martin St. Louis scored a pair of goals in regulation and added one in the shootout in Sunday's win over the Blue Jackets.
Analysis: That's three multi-point outings in four games for Martin St. Louis, who has caught fire of late. He's now got 44 points in 58 games on the season and it appears he's well over a recent slump. Skating on the second line, the 39-year-old is rolling right now and should be an automatic roll.

2/20/2015

Martin St. Louis, RW, NYR St. Louis Officially Heating Up For Rangers

Martin St. Louis

St. Louis Officially Heating Up For Rangers

News: Martin St. Louis tallied a goal and an assist Thursday in a shootout loss to Vancouver -- his third straight game on the scoresheet.
Analysis: It's great for the Rangers to see the veteran winger emerge from the slump that occupied much of his January and February, as he has two goals and five points in the last three games. Even though he's had some rough patches this year, fantasy owners are well advised to keep him rolling.

2/16/2015

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Contributes In Win

News: Martin St. Louis registered a goal, an assist, and a plus-3 rating in Monday's 6-5 win over the Islanders.
Analysis: Martin St. Louis certainly appears to have snapped out of his slump as he's now gathered three points, seven shots, and a plus-5 rating combined in his last two contests. As long as he can avoid more lengthy droughts like he just endured, fantasy owners can keep him rolling with confidence.

2/10/2015

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Martin St. Louis

St. Louis Slumping For Rangers

News: Martin St. Louis continued his slump Tuesday, going scoreless with a minus-1 rating and one shot on goal in a 5-4 win over Toronto.
Analysis: He did get a couple nice chances at the net, though -- James Reimer stopped him on a chance right in front, and later he stepped around a Toronto defender and fired a shot with some mustard on it, but it went wide. It goes down as the third straight game without a point and the seventh in the last eight off the scoreboard for the aging star. Approaching 40 doesn't appear to be doing him any favors.

2/5/2015

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Snaps Pointless Drought

News: Martin St. Louis notched an assist in Wednesday's win over the Bruins.
Analysis: Martin St. Louis is one of the best in the game, but he had been slumping recently, having gone four straight without a pointbefore helping out against the B's. The good news is that cold streaks from St. Louis are rare, so deploy him with confidence in fantasy land.

1/24/2015

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Enjoying Final Year Of Pact

News: Martin St. Louis logged four points (all assists) in three games leading up to the All-Star break.
Analysis: Having not suffered anything more than a three-game slump all season, the soon-to-be unrestricted free agent has really kept his foot on on the proverbial gas pedal this season. Despite slumping in the first two months with the team last season, with 14 goals, 36 points through 44 games played, it's safe to say the 15-year veteran has still got the touch.

1/19/2015

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Dishes Out Two Assists

News: Martin St. Louis added a pair of assists in Sunday's 5-2 win over the Penguins.
Analysis: Martin St. Louis is showing no signs of slowing down as he now has 35 points through 43 games. The 39-year-old may not reach last year's total of 69 points, but he's on track to eclipse the 60-point mark for the 12th consecutive season and remains a reliable fantasy option.