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St. Louis and Regehr looking for Stanley Cup in 2014

Martin St. Louis
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According to TSN, there will be two former Calgary Flames in the 2014 Stanley Cup Finals that will commence Wednesday evening in Los Angeles as the Los Angeles Kings host the New York Rangers. They are Rangers right winger Martin St. Louis and Kings defenseman Robyn Regehr.

St. Louis, who is 38 years old, is looking for his second Stanley Cup championship. A native of Laval, Quebec, St. Louis won the 2004 Stanley Cup as a member of the Lightning. In 2013-14, he had 30 goals and 39 assists for 69 points in 81 games this season with the Rangers and Tampa Bay Lightning.

St. Louis was in fact traded from the Lightning to the Rangers on March 5, 2014 with a conditional second round draft pick in 2015 for Ryan Callahan, a first round pick in 2014, and two conditional draft picks--a second round pick in 2014 and a seventh round pick in 2015. In 20 playoff games for the Blueshirts, he has six goals and seven assists or 13 points.

St. Louis is also among the Rangers leaders in many postseason categories. He is the Rangers co-leader in goals with six (tied with Carl Hagelin), points with 13 (tied with Ryan McDonogh and Derek Stepan), and game winning goals with two (tied with Brad Richards, Derick Brassard and Dominic Moore).

Regehr, who is 34 years old, is looking to win his first Stanley Cup. A native of Recife, Brazil, Regehr has two assists in eight postseason games. However, there is a chance Regehr will not play in the Stanley Cup Final as he has been out since game one of the Western Conference semi-final against the Anaheim Ducks because of a knee injury, and according to Elliott Teaford of the Los Angeles Daily News, there is no time table for his return.

Regehr, who had three goals and 11 assists for 14 points in 79 regular season games, played with the Flames from 1999-2011 before being traded to the Buffalo Sabres. St. Louis meanwhile played in Calgary from 1998-2000 before heading his way to Tampa.

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