Jimmy Howard retiring after 14 years with Red Wings
Goalie Jimmy Howard will be retiring from the NHL after 14 years with the Detroit Red Wings. Howard, 36, was drafted by the Red Wings way back in 2003 at 64th overall in the 2nd round. He signed a 1-year contract with the Red Wings in 2019. Howard is cemented in Red Wings history with the third most games played (543) and wins (246). More: Red Wings news
Hockey broadcasting legend Mike ‘Doc’ Emrick is retiring, NBC announces
Mike “Doc” Emrick is calling it a career. NBC announced Monday that Emrick, 74, is retiring from broadcasting after a career that included his voice over more than 3,750 professional and Olympic hockey games. After 3,750+ Professional and Olympic hockey games, 100 different verbs used to describe a pass or shot, and 22 Stanley Cup Finals, the legendary Mike "Doc" Emrick has announced his retirement from broadcasting. From hockey fans around the world, we say #ThankYouDoc! His career took him to New Jersey, Philadelphia and all over the world for international hockey coverage.
Report: Former Red Wings defenseman Mike Green to retire from hockey
Mike Green plans to retire from hockey amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report from The Athletic. The former Detroit Red Wings defenseman said he is considering other things that I feel called to do.Green, 34, joined the Red Wings in 2015. He had 11 points in 48 games played with the Red Wings this season with a -32 rating. He was traded to Ken Hollands Edmonton Oilers in February as the Oilers were making a push for the playoffs. Overall, Green recorded 501 points in 880 career NHL games.