New York Rangers forward Martin St. Louis had a strong first half to the 2014-15 campaign, but he’s been on the decline lately. The 39-year-old hasn’t found the back of the net since Jan. 10 and has just one assist in his last nine games.
“I’m not playing with a lot of confidence right now,” St. Louis conceded, per the New York Post. “I’ve gone through stretches like this before, and it’s not a fun place to be, but fortunately the team is winning.
“Sometimes the game gets hard. Sometimes life gets hard. There’s only one way to get through it, and that’s by keeping your head up and continuing to work.”
St. Louis hasn’t just struggled offensively lately, he also made a key mistake that resulted in a goal from Jarome Iginla last night:
The Colorado Avalanche tied the game at 3-3 shortly after that goal, but the Rangers still went on to win 6-3. However, St. Louis was barely used after that mistake.
“I’m very disappointed with that mistake. You never want to make a mistake that leads to a goal,” St. Louis said. “But I’m going to do whatever it takes to try and get it together.
“The team is winning, so that helps you buy time to find your game.”
He still ranks third on the team with 37 points in 53 contests.