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Martin St Louis

Marty Retires:

After 16 seasons in the NHL, winger Martin St. Louis has announced his retirement from the NHL. He played in 1134 games and scored 391 goals and dished out 642 assists for a total of 1033 points. Had a Stanley Cup with the Tampa Bay Lightning, a Cup Final visit with the NY Rangers, a Hart Trophy (for League MVP), Art Ross Trophies (for leading scorer in the league), 3 Lady Bing Trophies and an Olympic Gold Medal with Team Canada.

He was instrumental in the Rangers come back from a 1-3 deficit against the Penguins and his GWG in OT in Game 4 against the Canadiens in the 2014 ECF nearly tore the roof off of MSG.

For one small in stature, he made it up with grit, determination, speed and ability.

Thank you Marty for all you did as a member of the NY Rangers and all you did for all the “little guys” throughout Hockey.

Next stop will be the Hockey Hall of Fame!

Surgery for Brass:

Last week, Rangers’ center Derick Brassard underwent surgery on his wrist to repair an extensor tendon.

His recovery time will be about 4-5 weeks, which means he should be fine for the opening of training camp.



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