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”

Rod Brind’Amour Retires

After 21 NHL seasons, Rod Brind’Amour is retiring. He’ll be taking on a front office job in the Carolina Hurricanes organization. Brind’Amour met with Canes GM Jim Rutherford to discuss the future and it was mutually decided that there was no longer a place in Carolina for the centreman. The situation is not unlike theContinue reading “Rod Brind’Amour Retires”

Rob Blake to Retire

San Jose Sharks captain Rob Blake is set to retire after 20 years in the National Hockey League. As one of the NHL’s top defenders, Blake will make his announcement on Friday. Blake had hinted at retirement after his Sharks were swept by the eventual Stanley Cup champ Chicago Blackhawks. He noted that he hadContinue reading “Rob Blake to Retire”

Keith Tkachuk to Retire

Keith Tkachuk is going to call it quits at the end of this NHL season. After 19 seasons in the National Hockey League, Tkachuk is calling the 2009-2010 season his last. “I have been privileged to have a long career in this terrific league and play for first class organizations,” Tkachuk said. “My thanks goContinue reading “Keith Tkachuk to Retire”