4/8/18 | In the NY Post today, Larry Brooks writes that the Rangers spoke with Marty St. Louis about "taking over" the Hartford Wolf Pack when he retired. (NY Post)
Brooks says that the timing wasn't right then for St. Louis but that now, if he wants to be, St. Louis could be "on-the radar" as a possible assistant coach. (NY Post)
Brooks first mentioned the idea of St. Louis possibly joining the Rangers as an assistant back at the end of February. (NY Post)
In September, St. Louis said that he was spending most of his time coaching his three sons in hockey as well as being a partner in a private equity company. (The Athletic)
When St. Louis was asked about his former teammate Brad Richards joining the Rangers front office, St. Louis said "Yeah, I could see him being in management. I'd like that. Maybe some day he'll hire me as a coach.'' (The Athletic)
Adam Rotter: St. Louis would be an enormous asset for the Rangers organization in any role from assistant coach, to player development to adviser, consultant or whatever he wants to do. He was only with the Rangers for a short time but he made an enormous impact and has the chance to do so again if he wants to re-join the organization. Ultimately time will tell if Marty wants to get back into the NHL, but even if he were to join the Rangers for a couple of days a month, he would make an impact.