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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: 14 | Salary: $5,500,000 | Owned/Started%: 99/80 | Average Draft Position: 25.79
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7:51 AM

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers: St. Louis Collects Two Assists

News: Martin St. Louis nabbed two assists in Thursday's 4-1, Game 1 win over Philadelphia.
Analysis: From fantasy owners to organizational brass, you could almost hear a collective sigh when Martin St. Louis dished the puck to Brad Richards for the eventual game-winning goal. With the team finishing off a four-minute power-play, St. Louis added his second assist of the night less than a minute later on Derek Stepan's goal. After collecting just eight points in 19 games since being acquired from Tampa Bay at the deadline, the 38-year-old winger is off to a healthy start in his first playoff-run with the blue shirts.

4/12/2014

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers Rest St. Louis

News: Martin St. Louis is in line to be a healthy scratch for Saturday's game against Montreal.
Analysis: The report adds that the same applies to Ryan McDonagh and Dan Girardi, with the Rangers electing to rest some key cogs in their regular season finale.

4/12/2014

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Out Saturday

News: Martin St. Louis will be out of Saturday's game against the Canadiens, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Analysis: Martin St. Louis is likely just taking a rest before the playoff run for the Rangers. He will take a seat for the regular season finale, but will likely be back for the Rangers' first playoff game.

4/10/2014

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Coming Around

News: Martin St. Louis had an assist on Rick Nash's game-winner in Thursday's 2-1 win over Buffalo.
Analysis: The pass was crisp and left goalie Matt Hackett with virtually no chance of stopping the slapper. The helper gives Martin St. Louis four points (all assists) in his last two games and marks his first point streak (two games) since joining the blueshirts at the trade deadline.

4/8/2014

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Martin St. Louis

Breakout Game For Rangers' St. Louis

News: Martin St. Louis dished out three assists -- two of them on the power play -- in Tuesday's 4-1 victory over the Hurricanes.
Analysis: Incredibly, that's Marty's first multi-point game in 18 contests since joining the Rangers. He worked well with linemates Brad Richards and Derek Stepan in this one, and the Rangers have to be hoping that trio can carry this chemistry forward as the playoffs approach.

4/8/2014

Martin St. Louis, RW, NYR St. Louis To Line Up On Rangers' Top Line

Martin St. Louis

St. Louis To Line Up On Rangers' Top Line

News: Martin St. Louis will skate on the first line with Derek Stepan and Rick Nash versus Carolina on Tuesday, reports Andrew Gross of The Record.
Analysis: With prospect Jesper Fast getting a chance to skate with Brad Richards and Carl Hagelin, Martin St. Louis will look to dig out of his slump with the team's most talented forwards. Although this combination didn't seem to work the last time head coach Alain Vigneault pieced it together, any change is most assuredly welcomed by fantasy owners. The 2003-04 Hart Trophy winner has just one goal and three assists since coming over for Ryan Callahan at the trade deadline.

4/1/2014

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Martin St. Louis

St. Louis Finally Scores First Rangers Goal

News: Martin St. Louis finally scored his first goal as a Ranger and his 30th of the year in Tuesday's 3-1 win over Vancouver, tallying shorthanded in the third period.
Analysis: That's a huge monkey off the back for Martin St. Louis, who scored on a gorgeous shot after a fine pass from Rick Nash on a shorthanded rush. The goal ends a six-game scoreless streak for the star winger, and his fantasy owners -- not to mention the Rangers -- have to be hoping it's a sign that he's ready to get it going again.

3/29/2014

Martin St. Louis, RW, NYR St. Louis Back To Rangers' Second Line?

Martin St. Louis

St. Louis Back To Rangers' Second Line?

News: Martin St. Louis skated on the right-wing with Brad Richards and Carl Hagelin during Saturday's practice, reports Andrew Gross of The Bergen Record.
Analysis: The experimentation of Martin St. Louis working the left-wing with Derek Stepan and Rick Nash did not last long. Although St. Louis has seen two goals disallowed in the past week, his five-game point-scoring drought has head coach Alain Vigneault looking to make him more comfortable on the right-wing and with former Lightning teammate, Brad Richards. Our guess is this is where he'll stay for the duration of the NHL season.

3/26/2014

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Healthy For Wednesday

News: Martin St. Louis (illness) skated on a line with Derek Stepan and Rick Nash during Wednesday's morning skate, Andrew Gross of the Bergen Record reports.
Analysis: Martin St. Louis was limited in Monday's win over the Coyotes, but appears to be back to full health now. While he's not guaranteed to skate with the same linemates in Wednesday's game against the Flyers, it's reasonable to expect him to get more ice time than he did Monday. St. Louis has been struggling since being traded to the Rangers, recording just three assists in 11 games.

3/24/2014

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Martin St. Louis

Illness Quiets Rangers' St. Louis

News: Martin St. Louis, who's suffering from the flu, played through it Monday against Phoenix, but was only able to skate 11:04. He managed one shot on goal and was charged with two giveaways.
Analysis: Considering the painfully quiet start Martin St. Louis has had to his Rangers career, this illness couldn't have come at a worse time. To his credit, he and the also-ill Derek Stepan tried to gut through it, but largely just ended up leaving the Rangers shorthanded up front in a game that went to overtime. But hey, they won. It seems likely St. Louis will dress Wednesday against the Flyers, but check back to be sure.

3/24/2014

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Participates In Line Rushes

News: Martin St. Louis (illness) took part in line rushes during warm-ups on Monday, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.
Analysis: The fact that he took part in line rushes would seem to suggest that he'll be in the lineup when the puck drops Monday. There still hasn't been an official announcement, but he looks like a pretty safe bet to play at this point.

3/24/2014

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Will Warm Up

News: Martin St. Louis (illness) will participate in pregame warm-ups Monday night, Katie Strang of ESPN reports.
Analysis: The star winger is still considered a game-time decision, but it's a good sign that he's feeling well enough to test the waters before the game. Martin St. Louis has racked up 29 goals and 35 assists in 72 games this season.

3/24/2014

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Fighting Flu

News: Martin St. Louis (flu) did not practice and will be a game-time decision for the contest against Phoenix on Monday, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.
Analysis: Both Martin St. Louis and first-line center Derek Stepan will be game-time decisions due to the flu. Since being acquired at the trade deadline, the veteran right winger has just three assists through 10 games with the blueshirts.

3/16/2014

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St Louis: Strong Career Vs. Sharks

News: Martin St. Louis has 11 career goals and four assists in 19 career games against San Jose.
Analysis: More known for dishing out helpers against most teams, it's somewhat surprising to see Martin St. Louis with the surprising goals-to-assists ratio against the Sharks. Perhaps this is a good sign for the 38-year-old who has just two assists in six games for the Blueshirts since being acquired at the trade deadline. As a result of his pedestrian play, head coach Alain Vigneault has been juggling the lines lately, pairing his new forward with Derick Brassard and Mats Zuccarello in their most recent loss to Minnesota.

3/5/2014

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers Welcome St. Louis To the Fold

News: Martin St. Louis joined the Rangers in advance of Wednesday's game against the Maple Leafs.
Analysis: The Rangers already have a jersey waiting for their trade deadline acquisition and Martin St. Louis is expected to be part of the team's lineup Wednesday.

3/5/2014

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers Hope To Have St. Louis Available Wednesday

News: The Rangers are hoping to have Martin St. Louis in their lineup Wednesday against the Maple Leafs, the Bergen Record reports.
Analysis: Assuming Martin St. Louis is available to suit up for the Rangers on Wednesday, the report suggests that he's likely skate on a line centered by (former teammate) Brad Richards, with Carl Hagelin working on the left wing.

3/5/2014

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Martin St. Louis

Rangers Acquire St. Louis

News: Martin St. Louis was traded by the Lightning to the Rangers on Wednesday for Ryan Callahan and two draft picks, NHL.com reports.
Analysis: Martin St. Louis has 29 goals and 32 assists in 62 games so far this season, but has played most of the year without his best scoring teammate in Steven Stamkos. St. Louis is expected to play on the Rangers' top line alongside Derek Stepan and Rick Nash, as well as on their top power-play unit.

3/1/2014

Martin St. Louis, RW, NYR St. Louis Scores Two More, Leads Bolts To Win

Martin St. Louis

St. Louis Scores Two More, Leads Bolts To Win

News: Martin St. Louis scored two goals, including the game-winner, in Saturday's 4-2 victory over the Stars. It's his second straight two-goal game.
Analysis: He has a five-game point streak dating back to Feb. 4 which includes four goals and seven points. He has 60 in 60 and most of that is without stud linemate Steven Stamkos. He really should get some consideration for the Hart trophy. He won't, but he should.

2/27/2014

Martin St. Louis, RW, NYR Bolts' St. Louis: Snipes Two

Martin St. Louis

Bolts' St. Louis: Snipes Two

News: Martin St. Louis scored both of Tampa's goals in a 3-2 loss in Nashville on Thursday night. One of the goals came on the power play.
Analysis: Cha-ching. This guy is money in the bank. He has five points on his current four-game streak, but these goals are his first in his last 10 games. His 58 points (including 27 goals) place him firmly in the top-15 point getters in the NHL and his 27 goals put him at the bottom of the top 10 in that category. Take advantage.

2/24/2014

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Martin St. Louis

Bolts' St. Louis: Asked For Trade?

News: Martin St. Louis, who played well in Canada's gold medal win Sunday at the Olympics, is believed to have asked the Lightning for a trade before the Games, reports Nick Kypreos of Sportsnet.
Analysis: Rumors are swirling around the Rangers and Ryan Callahan being the targets, but General Manager Steve Yzerman will not move Marty for a rental player. Kypreos also suggested that Martin St. Louis may be reconsidering his request now that the Games are done. St. Louis' role may be very different on another team and that means his fantasy value will take a dip, depending on a landing spot. Keep an eye on this.

2/21/2014

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Martin St. Louis

Bolts' St. Louis Dresses, Gets No Ice Against USA

News: Martin St. Louis dressed for Friday's semi-final match against Team USA, but didn't see the ice in a tight 1-0 win for Canada.
Analysis: He has dressed for a couple games, but at least he'd seen ice the other times. He's still an NHL stud, but we all need to remember he was the 14th forward selected. Canada goes for gold Sunday.

2/8/2014

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Martin St. Louis

Bolts' St. Louis: Power-Play Assist

News: Martin St. Louis' point streak now stands at three games and three assists after he picked up a power-play helper in Saturday's win over the Red Wings.
Analysis: It's his first power-play point in nine games. Sixteen of his 56 points have come with the man advantage.

2/6/2014

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Martin St. Louis

Bolts' St. Louis: Another Assist

News: Martin St. Louis picked up an assist in Thursday's loss to Toronto. It was his 30th assist of the season.
Analysis: He's gone eight games without a goal, but has six assists in those games. Still, he has 55 points in 57 games. His selection to the Canadian Olympic team was long overdue.

2/6/2014

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Martin St. Louis

Lightning's St. Louis Added To Olympic Roster

News: Martin St. Louis will replace injured teammate Steven Stamkos (leg) on Canada's roster for the upcoming Winter Olympics, NHL.com reports.
Analysis: The 38-year-old Martin St. Louis, who also played for Team Canada in 2006, has recorded 54 points in 56 NHL games this season and was chosen to replace Stamkos over other notable options such as Claude Giroux, James Neal and Eric Staal.

2/4/2014

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Martin St. Louis

Bolts' St. Louis: Five Assists In Last Seven Games

News: Martin St. Louis picked up his fifth assist in his last seven games when he set up Tampa's only goal Tuesday night.
Analysis: He has 54 points in 56 games and his name continues to be whispered as a possible injury replacement for Canada's Olympic entry. We can't help but think the break would do him good, though -- he's not getting any younger.