12:11PM: St. Louis was asked if he was retiring after the season and he said, "not that I know of." (Johnston)
1/31/15 | 8:04PM: The Rangers and St. Louis have not made any progress towards an extension. (NY Post)
12/24/14 | 6:20PM: St. Louis said that he still thinks he wants to play but is only focused on this season right now. He added that while he has only been a Ranger for a short time, it feels like he has been here much longer. (NY Post)
12/20/14 | 5:02PM: The Rangers can't keep Marty St. Louis around just because they gave up two first round picks to get him. The decision has to be made "independent" of that fact. (NY Post)
12/3/14 |5:27PM: Larry Brooks writes that there is "little doubt" that the Rangers will want to keep St. Louis and the only issue will be whether Marty will be okay with signing a one-year incentive based contract.(NY Post)
The Rangers would offer St. Louis this deal to lower his cap hit for the year and give them more flexibility. The resulting bonuses would count against the cap for the following season.
12/2/14 | 5:40PM: St. Louis said that he hasn't spoken with the Rangers about a new contract bu those things take care of themselves. St. Louis said that he doesn't feel he is slowing down and that the time for him to retire will be when he doesn't think he can play the way he wants to play. He says that that time is "definitely not now." (Daily News)
He said that playing with the Rangers is where he wants to be, "there is no doubt."
Brad Richards said that he doesn't think St. Louis will only play 1-2 more years. (Daily News)
11/25/14 | 11:02AM: The Rangers and the agent for Marty St. Louis have had "regular contact" about a contract extension though this is the kind of deal that might have to wait until there is a clearer picture on next year's salary cap. (ESPN Insider)
Craig Custance wonders if St. Louis is at a point in his career where he is willing to sign one-year deals that have bonuses that can be rolled over to the following year's cap.(ESPN Insider)
- Jarome Iginla signed a deal worth $6 million last year but had a cap hit of $1.8 million and $4.2 million in achievable bonuses. (Cap Geek)
- This season the Bruins, because of Iginla and some others, have $4.7 million in bonus carryover money on their cap. (Cap Geek)