Wade Redden Retires

Wade Redden has announced his retirement from the NHL. The veteran defenceman made the announcement Thursday. “I would first and foremost like to thank my family and friends for their unconditional love and support. I would also like to thank my teammates, coaches and staff for all the great memories created throughout the years. ToContinue reading “Wade Redden Retires”

Darryl Sydor Retires

After 18 seasons in the National Hockey League, defenceman Darryl Sydor has announced his retirement. At 38, Sydor looks back on a career that saw him play in 1,291 games with Los Angeles, Columbus, Tampa Bay, Pittsburgh, Dallas, and St. Louis. He finished his career with 98 goals and 409 assists. Sydor wasn’t an offensively-mindedContinue reading “Darryl Sydor Retires”

Scott Niedermayer Retires

Scott Niedermayer is ready to leave hockey on top of the world. Just four months after helping Team Canada seal the deal with Olympic gold, the superstar defenceman is hanging up his skates for good. The Anaheim Duck will be finishing off an 18-year career in style, going out after winning four Stanley Cups andContinue reading “Scott Niedermayer Retires”

Lidstrom’s Future a Mystery – For Now

Nicklas Lidstrom, one of the greatest defenceman to ever play the game of hockey, isn’t offering any clues as to his future in the National Hockey League and/or with the Detroit Red Wings. Lidstrom, who’s now 40 years old but plays like a 20-year-old, is fresh off of the elimination of his team by theContinue reading “Lidstrom’s Future a Mystery – For Now”

Mike Modano’s Dallas Farewell?

In a day that might be more remembered for Tiger Woods news, Dallas Stars forward Mike Modano stole the show in the eyes of this sports fan. At the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Modano fought back tears and finally let them go with about five minutes left in the game. Better still, Modano showedContinue reading “Mike Modano’s Dallas Farewell?”