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Chris Osgood Retires after* 110 Games as an Islander

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NHL goaltender Chris Osgood retires after nearly two decades in the game with the Detroit Red Wings, New York Islanders and St. Louis Blues.

Former Devil Brendan Shanahan Officially Retires from Hockey

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Brendan Shanahan has officially retired from hockey today. This post briefly goes over how he was cut - leading to the retirement - and shows why he should be remembered as one of the great power...

After 14 seasons, veteran goaltender Olaf Kolzig announced his retirement today from the National...

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After 14 seasons, veteran goaltender Olaf Kolzig announced his retirement today from the National Hockey League. Kolzig, 39, a two-time NHL All-Star (1998, 2000) and former Vezina Trophy winner (2000), appeared in a total of 719 NHL games, 711 of those with the Washington Capitals. His 303 career wins rank him 21st all-time among goaltending wins leaders. Olaf also posted a career 2.71 GAA along with a .906 save percentage and 35 shutouts. "I feel very privileged to have had the opportunity to play the game of hockey at the NHL level for many seasons and I am grateful for everything the game has given me," said Kolzig. "I would like to thank my family, all my teammates and the fans for making my time in the NHL so special."

>> NHLPA release

Quotes from Mike Sillinger's retirement call

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Quotes from New York Islander Mike Sillinger's NHL retirement press conference.

Longtime NHLer Mike Sillinger retires; played 68 games for Panthers

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Short-term Cat played in Florida's 2000 postseason (not many of those left)

"My mind still says yes, but my body says no,’’ laments Sillinger, who scored a goal for the Isl...

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"My mind still says yes, but my body says no,’’ laments Sillinger, who scored a goal for the Islanders in his final NHL game — a Dec. 30 date with the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden. "It’s about quality of life after hockey. I’ve got a lot of years left and I don’t want to be a cripple.’’

Great hometown tribute to Mike Sillinger in the Regina Leader-Post.

Mike Sillinger retires, 18 NHL teams miss out on the pleasure

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Remembering Mike Sillinger, who is retiring after parts of 17 seasons with 12 NHL teams.

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Say it ain't so, Sillie

The New York Islanders will hold a conference call at 4 p.m. EDT today to address the status of Mike Sillinger.

Numminen to retire

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Teppo Numminen has decided to hang up his skates. He told Finnish newspaper Suomen Kuvalehti that the 82 game season was starting to feel too onerous for him during the 2008-09 season

The Dead Puck Era's top scorers

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Joe Sakic was one of the most prolific scorers in the NHL at a time when scoring was near an all-time low

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