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Topic - Martin St. Louis
The champagne the Los Angeles Kings had ready for a coronation stayed in boxes. The New York Rangers suddenly have some life in the Stanley Cup finals.
The New York Rangers suddenly have some life in the Stanley Cup finals.
Martin St. Louis put New York within one win of the Stanley Cup finals, scoring 6:02 into overtime to give the Rangers a 3-2 victory over the Montreal Canadiens in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals Sunday night.
New York Rangers coaches and players joined star forward Martin St. Louis at his mother's funeral outside Montreal on Sunday.
The New York Rangers have momentum, a unified locker room and Henrik Lundqvist.
Facing a playoff hole from which they have never escaped, and following their most disheartening loss of the season, the New York Rangers boldly proclaimed that their series against the Pittsburgh Penguins was far from over.
No pressure or anything, just a Game 7 that could alter the long-term future of one of the NHL's most stable franchises and boost the immediate prospects of an emotionally charged group rallying around one of the game's most respected veterans.
If Martin St. Louis wasn't a fan favorite during his first two months with the New York Rangers, he certainly became one during a very emotional weekend.
St. Louis capped off an emotional Mother's Day with his father and sister in attendance, just three days after his mother died suddenly. His return to the team Friday night, without missing a game, provided a lift to his teammates as they kept their season alive.
When the New York Rangers last left Madison Square Garden they were embarrassed, disappointed, and unsure if they would get another chance this season to erase the haunting memories of a playoff meltdown.
"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."
"As you go through a series, you have to keep elevating your game because the other side will," Rangers forward Martin St. Louis said. "I thought we did that, and we got rewarded."