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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.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 2 Months

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.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 2 Months

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.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 2 Months

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.

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St. Louis registered the team's first goal in Friday's preseason victory over Chicago.

Due to Derek Stepan's injury, head coach Alain Vigneault has been forced to experiment with multiple forwards at the team's center position, including St. Louis. More exciting than availability at multiple forward positions could be that the 39-year-old continues to lineup with Rick Nash and bubbling camp phenom Anthony Duclair.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 3 Months

St. Louis had three shots on goal in just over 16-minutes of ice time on Sunday against New Jersey.

The 39-year-old winger played on the team's second unit alongside Carl Hagelin and Derick Brassard. While he certainly provided some punch in the team's run to the Stanley Cup last spring, a new season brings new expectations. Depending on varying results from Rick Nash and left-winger Mats Zuccarello, owners should not dismiss the possibility of St. Louis seeing time on the team's third line if he struggles out of the gate.

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The New York Rangers only away game against the Tampa Bay Lightning takes place on Nov. 26, setting the stage for a potentially emotional night for Martin St. Louis.

Naturally, injuries and other variables could mean that he might not even play at all. St. Louis seems to have a sense of the moment (he scored two goals after being snubbed by Team Canada, for instance), so Nov. 26 would be a no-brainer start for him, especially.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 6 Months

Martin St. Louis has 11 game-winning goals in the playoffs.

He's tied with Daniel Alfredsson and Teemu Selanne for fifth place among active players. Jaromir Jagr (16), Patrick Marleau (15), Daniel Briere (13) and Johan Franzen (12) are the players who sit ahead of him on the list. St. Louis has three game winners in the 2014 playoffs.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 6 Months

Martin St. Louis' eighth goal of the playoffs stood tall as the game winner on Wednesday night as the Rangers avoided elimination by beating the Kings 2-1 at a rowdy Madison Square Garden.

The veteran shovelled home a juicy rebound on Jonathan Quick's doorstep 6:27 into the second period to put the Rangers up 2-0. L.A. would go on to dominate the second half of the game and come within one, but St. Louis' second goal of the series was all Henrik Lundqvist needed to secure New York's first Stanley Cup Final victory since Game 7 at the Garden in 1994.

Martin St. Louis RW NYR 6 Months

Martin St. Louis sees the Rangers' 3-0 series deficit as an opportunity to do something special.

The Rangers are going to try to become just the second team in NHL history to overcome a 3-0 series deficit in the Stanley Cup Final. "We're going to take it one game at a time," St. Louis said. "It's all about momentum and we're looking to grab it tonight." He added that the Rangers are feeling upbeat going into Game 4 on Wednesday.