TAMPA, Fla. – It was always going to be Marty.
I get it, many are unhappy with the decision by the Tampa Bay Lightning to retire the jersey of former captain Marty St. Louis, which the team will do on Jan. 13.
The departure of St. Louis from the franchise that made him a star left a bitter feeling among many in the fan base, maybe even in the organization. Those feelings are difficult to put aside.
I get it. I understand. The wound runs deep and a proper scar has not healed.
But when it comes to finally, after 24 seasons of Lightning hockey, seeing a player have their number retired by the fra...
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