The Hockey Hall of Fame announced that former Ranger Marty St. Louis has been elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame as part of the class of 2018.
St. Louis played 93 games for the Rangers, scoring 22 goals and 38 assists and helped the Rangers to the Stanley Cup Final in 2014.
A legendary honor for a man who has left a lasting impact as a Blueshirt and throughout the hockey community- New York Rangers (@NYRangers) June 26, 2018
We congratulate and salute you @mstlouis_26 on your induction to @HockeyHallFame! pic.twitter.com/mAqrbMQusF
Congrats to @mstlouis_26 on the call to the @HockeyHallFame. I am overjoyed for you and your family. Not many people deserve this honor more then you. I am very grateful to have had the opportunity to play alongside you for many years.- Steven Stamkos (@RealStamkos91) June 26, 2018
Adam Rotter: Marty St. Louis was only a Ranger for a short time and even though he was at the end of his career, he showed during that stretch why he was a Hall of Famer. He battled through everything, scored and created offense in ways no one else could and came through in big moments. St. Louis became a superstar in leading Tampa Bay to the Cup in 2003-04 and then he continued on as one of the best players of the post 04-05 lockout era. Hopefully, at some point, he can re-join the Rangers as a coach or advisor or something because it certainly can't ever be a bad thing to have Marty St. Louis around.