6/13/15 | 7:39PM: Larry Brooks writes that it can be "pretty much etched in stone" that if Marty St. Louis decides to keep playing it won be with the Rangers. (NY Post)
Brooks says that both sides are prepared to move on from each other.
He says that it isn't known if St. Louis will keep playing but Montreal could be an option.
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6/15/15 | Friedman continued, "I kind of wonder if he would be interested in Jersey. They are light up front, could probably get him for a decent number on a one-year deal and trade him at the deadline if he has a good year and get some more assets but is purely me speculating on that. He will have to make a decision, he is one of the most proud guys I have ever come across. I have great respect for him and his accomplishments and I know his pride. After a year like this and a playoffs like this as frustrating as it was, he would be very hurt that he couldn't contribute more and it will be a very hard decision for him on what to do next year." (Sportsnet 960)
Adam Rotter: Marty has been a big part of the Rangers success of the last year and a half and if this is the end of his time with the Rangers, he leaves behind memories but unfortunately not the big prize that he wanted and the reason he was acquired.
I was/am a big Marty fan and kept hoping/believing that the next game in the playoffs was going to be the one where he made his big impact on the scoresheet. Ultimately Marty couldn't reach back and score at the level he did last year, let alone how he used to. Like I have thought before with guys like Chris Drury and Brad Richards, Marty's ultimate legacy with the Rangers will be how he taught, led, set examples and worked with players off the ice. His example is one that gets passed on to the current players who will then pass it on to the next group. Marty is a legend and if he is willing to take a big pay cut, I could still see him come back. If he decides to retire I could see him join the organization in a player development role.