After 566 regular-season NHL games, Matt Calvert has announced his retirement due to a career-ending injury.
Corey Crawford has officially announced his retirement from the National Hockey League (NHL) today following 10 NHL seasons and 488 regular-season games.
Colin Wilson has officially announced his retirement from the National Hockey League (NHL) today following 11 NHL seasons and 632 regular-season games.
After a career that spanned 13 seasons in the NHL, Ryan Callahan has announced his retirement from professional hockey.
Chris Thorburn has officially announced his retirement from professional hockey today following a playing career that included 801 NHL regular-season games.
Longtime NHL forward Joel Ward announced his retirement on Monday.
Matt Stajan has announced his retirement from professional hockey today following 14 seasons playing in the National Hockey League (NHL).
Lee Stempniak played in 911 games over 13 NHL seasons.
Jim Slater, who recently announced his retirement and new role with the Washington Capitals, stopped by NHLPA.com to discuss his next chapter.
Former New York Rangers and Tampa Bay Lightning defenceman Dan Girardi has announced his retirement from the NHL after 13 seasons.
Niklas Kronwall is retiring after 15 seasons with the Detroit Red Wings.
Goalie Cam Ward has signed a one-day contract with the Carolina Hurricanes and is retiring as a member of the team he helped lead to a Stanley Cup.
Four-time Stanley Cup-winning forward Chris Kunitz has retired after 15 seasons in the NHL.
Veteran centre Matt Cullen is retiring after a 21-season career that includes three Stanley Cup titles.
Franchise goaltender with third-most career wins in NHL history retires after 19 seasons, 11 with Florida.
Brooks Orpik has announced his retirement today from the NHL after 15 seasons.
Antoine Vermette has announced his retirement today from the National Hockey League (NHL) following 14 seasons.
The defenceman skated in 783 regular-season NHL games.
Rick Nash has announced his retirement from hockey after suffering a concussion last March.
At a mere 5-foot-7, Brian Gionta knew the odds would be long at getting an opportunity to play in the NHL some 20 years ago after being drafted by the New Jersey Devils.