Jarome Iginla Ends Illustrious Career After 20 Seasons

Canadian power forward Jarome Iginla, who racked up a great number of personal awards and was revered as a powerful leader on the ice, today formally retired as a Calgary Flame, spending 16 of his 20 pro seasons in Calgary. Continue reading


Hockey Hall Of Fame Announces Class Of 2018

The Hockey Hall Of Fame today announced the newest members that will join as the Class of 2018 on November 12, with a pair of Canadian Martins (Brodeur and St-Louis), Alexander Yakushev and Jayna Hefford entering the players wing of the Hall, bringing their professional and international accolades (along with their International Hockey Lineal Championship reigns) to Toronto.
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Marián Hossa Confirms Hockey Career Is Over

Marián Hossa, sidelined for the entire 2017-18 NHL season due to a skin disorder, confirmed today to a Slovakian newspaper that his hockey career was over, and he will formally retire once his current contract expires in 2020.
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Ken Hitchcock Retires After 30+ Year Coaching Career

Longtime NHL coach Ken Hitchcock, who spent over three decades coaching many of the world’s top players on both the professional and international stage, announced his retirement from coaching the Dallas Stars on Friday, ending his career as the third winningest coach in NHL history (823 wins).
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Sedin Twins Announce Dual Retirement After 18 NHL Seasons

Swedish twin forwards Henrik and Daniel Sedin, proverbially joined at the hip for nearly two decades both with the Vancouver Canucks and Tre Kronor, formally ended their career tonight with the Canucks in Edmonton, closing out a historic 18-season NHL career spent side by side.
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Christian Ehrhoff Retires After Twenty Season Career

Christian Ehrhoff, fresh off a shocking German silver medal win at the PyeongChang Olympics, has decided to retire from hockey at the age of 35, following Kölner Haie’s elimination from the Deutsche Eishockey Liga playoffs, capping a 20 season career split between the NHL and Germany.
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Niklas Hagman Retires After 20 Professional Seasons

Finnish winger Niklas Hagman today announced his retirement from professional hockey at age 38, ending a 20 year career spent in the United States, Canada, Switzerland, Russia and his native Finland, where he spent his last four seasons.
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IIHF Announces 2018 Hall Of Fame Class

The IIHF announced the newest class of inductees to the Hall of Fame, highlighted by a quartet of international superstars – Daniel Alfredsson, Rob Blake, Jere Lehtinen and Chris Chelios, who will have their numerous achievements, both professionally and internationally, recognized in Denmark this May.
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Mikael Tellqvist Announces Retirement From Djurgårdens

Swedish goalie Mikael Tellqvist, a mainstay in goal for Tre Kronor for nearly two decades, today announced his retirement from Djurgårdens IF, capping a 20 year career with stints in Sweden, Canada, Finland, Russia, Latvia and the United States.
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Mark Streit Retires From Pro Hockey At Age 39

Mark Streit, a pioneer of Swiss hockey in North America, today announced his retirement from pro hockey after terminating a short-term contract with the Montreal Canadiens, ending an illustrious 22-year pro career as the all-time leading Swiss NHL scorer, and the first Swiss skater to win the Stanley Cup.
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