Martin St. Louis RW NYR 15 Hrs

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 20 Hrs

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 11 Days

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.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 11 Days

St. Louis suffered an unspecified injury during Sunday's 2-1 win over the Panthers, the Rangers' official site reports.

Though 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."

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 12 Days

St. Louis scored a goal and added an assist in a 2-0 win over Buffalo on Saturday night.

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.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 15 Days

St. Louis logged an assist in Wednesday's 3-1 win over the Capitals.

It's been a long eight games for St. Louis owners since the veteran forward found the scorer's sheet. Hopefully the assist on Chris Kreider's 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.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 1 Month

St. Louis scored a pair of goals in regulation and added one in the shootout in Sunday's win over the Blue Jackets.

That's three multi-point outings in four games for 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.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 1 Month

St. Louis tallied a goal and an assist Thursday in a shootout loss to Vancouver -- his third straight game on the scoresheet.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.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 1 Month

St. Louis registered a goal, an assist, and a plus-3 rating in Monday's 6-5 win over the Islanders.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.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 1 Month

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.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.