Broadway is a natural home for marquee names, and the Rangers have a long history of acquiring the NHL's biggest. But many were past the age of 30 -- and 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 immediately after the trade (three assists in his first eight games) were a reminder that many of the Rangers' most prominent imports did not help secure the Stanley Cup for the Big Apple, but St. Louis later found his game and sparked New York's run to the Stanley Cup Final. Here are some of the most notable stars who were brought in to wear 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).