Martin St. Louis RW NYR 1 week ago

St. Louis dished out two assists in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Capitals.

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. 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.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 1 week ago

St. Louis is interested in re-signing with the Rangers, reports Larry Brooks of the New York Post.

Currently playing out the final year of a four-year extension given by Tampa Bay in 2010, 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, will be very interesting to see how his fantasy value is impacted.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 2 weeks ago

St Louis logged a first period goal in Monday's 4-3 win over the Blue Jackets.

It's the first goal and second point since the veteran winger returned to the line three games ago. While 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.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 3 weeks ago

St. Louis (knee) is slated to play Thursday against the Wild.

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 for the Rangers.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 3 weeks ago

St. Louis (knee) could return to action as soon as Thursday against the Wild, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.

Per the report, St. Louis hopes to put in a full practice Wednesday and 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 on March 15.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 3 weeks ago

St. Louis (knee) participated in the Rangers' morning skate on Tuesday, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.

That said, 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.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 3 weeks ago

St. Louis (knee) skated on his own Sunday morning, ESPN.com reports.

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.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 3 weeks ago

St. Louis (knee) was encouraged by the results of his on-ice session Thursday morning, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.

Back on the ice for the first time since spraining his right MCL on March 15, 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.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 3 weeks ago

St. Louis (lower body) is slated to skate with the Rangers on Thursday morning, Newsday's Steve Zipay reports.

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.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 1 month ago

St. Louis will miss 10-14 days with a lower-body injury that he sustained Sunday against the Panthers.

Such a timetable effectively rules 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.