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Topic - Martin St. Louis
The New York Rangers are playing playoff hockey right now, according to newly acquired Martin St. Louis, who set up Derek Stepan's winning goal in a 4-2 victory over Carolina on Friday night.
Jhonas Enroth stole the spotlight from Tampa Bay star Steven Stamkos.
Andrei Markov scored in the sixth round of the shootout, and the Montreal Canadiens beat the NHL-leading Anaheim Ducks 4-3 Wednesday night for their sixth victory in eight games.
Martin St. Louis' day started way better than it finished.
Martin St. Louis told Tampa Bay Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman more than once he wanted to play for another team.
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.
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.
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.
"I know this is going to be a challenge for me, but I love challenges and I like to rise to the occasion," St. Louis said after recording three shots in 20 minutes and 11 seconds of ice time Wednesday night. "This is a chance to play the game in one of the biggest markets, and I know what comes with it."
"Tonight was a gutsy comeback," St. Louis said. "Unfortunately we didn't get the extra point, but I was happy to come here and just break the ice."