The Columbus Blue Jackets are adding a legend to their organization.
Martin St. Louis will serve as a special teams consultant for the Blue Jackets, the team announced Monday.
The 43-year-old Hockey Hall of Famer scored 101 of his 391 career goals and notched 216 of his 642 career assists with the man advantage.
The Blue Jackets have the fourth-worst power play in the NHL, with a success rate of 14.6 percent. Columbus' penalty kill ranks ninth at 82.9 percent.
St. Louis played for current Blue Jackets head coach John Tortorella for seven seasons with the Tampa Bay Lightning, capturing the Stanley Cup in 2004.