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St. Louis supplied a goal and a power-play assist in Friday's 3-0 win over the Flyers.
With the second-period goal, St. Louis became the sixth undrafted player to reach 1,000 points for his career. It's an incredible milestone for the pint-sized winger, who continues to shine in his age-39 season. He's produced nine goals and 10 assists over 22 games.
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St. Louis picked up a pair of points, a goal and an assist, in Sunday's 5-0 win over the Canadiens.
St. Louis has been heating up of late with points in four consecutive and four goals in his last six. Age hasn't seemed to catch up with the 39-year-old yet, as he's having another good season, sitting on 17 points through 20 games.
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St. Louis and the Rangers had their scheduled game Friday against the Sabres postponed due to the extreme weather conditions in the Buffalo area, Andrew Gross of the Bergen Record reports.
With some parts of the region receiving up to six feet of snow this week, traveling to Buffalo would have proven quite treacherous for the Rangers had the game been played as scheduled. No make-up date has been announced yet for the game, but expect St. Louis to be in the lineup for the Rangers' next contest Sunday versus Montreal.
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St. Louis scored the team's lone goal, on the power play, in Monday's 5-1 loss to the Lightning.
It's the third time in four games that St. Louis has been able to find the back of the net, as he fired off a season-high five shots against his former mates. It wasn't all good though, as he recorded season-worsts in time on the ice at 15:38 and +/- with an ugly -4 rating. Still, he's on a good pace with 14 points through his first 18 contests.
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St. Louis scored a power-play goal in Saturday's shootout loss to the Penguins. It was his first power-play goal on the season.
Marty's scoring pace is a bit slower this season than in the past (13 points in 17 games), but he appears to be warming up. He has five goals in his last seven and seven points total in that span. Roll him, but keeper leaguers should weigh trade options for the 39-year-old. It can't last forever.
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St. Louis registered a goal and assist in Wednesday's victory over the Red Wings.
After a slow start to the season, St. Louis seems to be hitting his stride. He's now supplied four points over the last two contests, while attempting a total of seven shots on goal. Even in his age-39 season, St. Louis doesn't yet appear headed for a steep regression in his performance.
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St. Louis potted two goals in Monday's shootout loss to the Blues.
St. Louis scored both of his goals within a seven-minute span in the third period, helping the Rangers tie the game and then briefly take the lead. The speedy winger remains behind his scoring pace of a season ago, but he certainly hasn't been a disappointment in his first 11 games of 2014-15, accumulating three goals and five assists.
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St. Louis scored, his first of the season, in a 4-0 win over the Sharks on Sunday.
After struggling in the regular season after being traded to the Rangers last season, scoring just once in 19 games, this was just his second as a Blueshirt. He still managed to end up with 30 goals though, and should be one of the better point scorers again this season.
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St. Louis practiced on the wing on Saturday, reports Andrew Gross of The Record.
St. Louis skated with Mats Zuccarello and center Derick Brassard on the team's first even strength unit. Not only does it appear the experiment with MSL at center is over (for now), but head Alain Vigneault is going to continually adjust his lines and depth charts until he finds the right combination for this team. With the move back to his natural right wing, it's possible owners of the 39-year-old St. Louis (4 points, 6 SOG) could see an improvement in offensive contributions.
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St. Louis picked up a pair of assists, two PIM and a plus-2 rating Thursday against the Blues.
The only thing keeping him from his first goal of the year and a three-point night was the crossbar. Marty didn't do a whole lot offensively for the Rangers after coming over at the deadline last season, but his offensive skills didn't magically disappear. If you got him at a discount on draft day, consider yourself lucky.