Martin St. Louis' three and a half months on Broadway featured some of the highest of highs on the ice, and the lowest of lows away from it. He was a key contributor to the team's run to the Stanley Cup Final despite dealing with the loss of his mother, France, midway through the second-round of the postseason against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
In his abbreviated first season in New York, St. Louis became one of the Rangers' most dangerous offensive threats and was a leader inside the locker room. The Rangers will again lean heavily on No. 26 as he enters into his second season with the Rangers come October.
Take a look back on Martin St. Louis' first season with the Rangers, and then see what lies ahead before sharing your own thoughts in the comments section below.