Ranking the Most Likely Destinations for Free-Agent Forward Martin St. Louis

June 26th, 2015 by Dave Lozo Leave a reply »
The New York Rangers don't want him back, but Martin St. Louis isn't ready to retire.

The 40-year-old former Art Ross Trophy and Hart Trophy winner will be looking for a new home July 1 after a fine yet underwhelming 2014-15 season. He had 21 goals and 52 points, his worst output since the 2001-02 season. In the playoffs, he had just one goal in 19 games.

That's the type of season that may not be up to his standards, but there are plenty of teams that wouldn't mind adding a 20-goal scorer with a wealth of experience.

St. Louis engineered a trade to New York last season partly because of unhappiness in Tampa and partly because he wanted to be closer to his family in Greenwich, Connecticut. If that plays a factor in where he signs, it could limit his options.

So where could St. Louis end up? It's difficult to say, but there are five places that look like decent fits for the potential future Hall of Famer.


(All statistics via NHL.com)

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