Broadway is a natural home for marquee names, and the New York Rangers have a long history of acquiring them. Many were past the age of 30, and their primes, when they arrived. Martin St. Louis, the two-time NHL scoring champion and 2004 MVP, came aboard via a 2014 trade deadline deal at 38 after 13 seasons in Tampa Bay. His early struggles are a reminder that many of New York's imported legends did not become pieces of a Stanley Cup puzzle. But win or lose, the Blueshirts have rarely lacked for box office attractions.