Broadway is a natural home for marquee names, and the Rangers have a long history of acquiring some of the NHL's biggest. But many were past the age of 30 -- and past their primes -- when they arrived. St. Louis, the two-time NHL scoring champion and 2004 Hart Trophy winner, came to New York in March '14 via a trade deadline deal. He was 38, and had spent the previous 13 seasons with the Lightning. His struggles since the trade (three assists in his first eight games) are a reminder that many of the Rangers' most prominent imports have not brought a Stanley Cup to the Big Apple. Here are some of the most notable players who have worn the Rangers' sweater late in their careers. <bold>Notables who did not make our age 30 cutoff:</bold> Eric Lindros (28; acquired 8/20/01); Luc Robitaille (29; 8/31/95); Bernie Nicholls (29; 1/20/90).