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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Martin St. Louis
The New York Rangers' first game after they secured a playoff berth went a lot smoother than the two before they got in.
It took 15 games, but Martin St. Louis finally scored for the Rangers.
The Rangers had been trying to sign Callahan, who can become an unrestricted free agent this summer, but weren't able to reach an agreement with the gritty forward.
Martin St. Louis' day started way better than it finished.
The New York Rangers and Tampa Bay Lightning pulled off the biggest deal on NHL trade deadline day Wednesday, swapping captains Ryan Callahan and Martin St. Louis.
Being the subject of trade rumors has not slowed down Martin St. Louis.
Facing an early deficit, Nashville turned the game around with its power play.
Canada's Olympic hockey team has picked a healthy Tampa Bay Lightning forward to replace an injured one.
After providing all the offense Toronto needed Tuesday night, Nazem Kadri and James van Riemsdyk both pointed to a big save by Jonathan Bernier as the key to the Maple Leafs' victory.
Tyler Johnson stole the spotlight in a matchup of two top rookies.
"I definitely have felt a lot better the past six or seven games," St. Louis said. "It's nice to get rewarded on so many plays. Just keep looking to build it up and keep getting better."
"I love to score goals, everyone loves to score goals, and 15 games plus the two prior to coming here, that's as long a drought as I have had in a while," St. Louis said.