NEWARK, N.J. (AP) Devils defenseman Bryce Salvador has retired after nearly 800 games in 14 NHL seasons. The NHL Players Association announced Salvador's retirement on Wednesday. Salvador was a captain for the Devils the past three seasons but missed most all but 15 games last season with a back injury. He finishes his career with 24 goals and 86 assists in 786 games split between...
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September 02, 2015 | Discuss
Veteran defenseman Bryce Salvador officially announced his retirement from the NHL on Wednesday by putting pen to paper for a stirring piece in The Players' Tribune.The New Jersey Devils captain had been mulling his options for the upcoming 2015-16 season, but elected to call it a career while recovering from a bulging disc and nerve damage in his back."Today, I am retiring from...
Veteran defenseman Bryce Salvador is mulling his options for the upcoming 2015-16 season.Salvador, 39, met with New Jersey Devils general manager Ray Shero last week, but told The Bergen Record that there is "nothing new to report.""I did speak with Ray last week and we had a great general conversation," Salvador told the newspaper via text.Salvador, who technically still is the...
I see your Bryce Salvador and raise you a Kevin Klein overtime snipe to win the game for the Rangers. The goal was nice and all, but good grief does Chris Kreider ever make a beautiful play all around to put it on a tee for Klein.
Its the last game of the season for the Boston Bruins. It would be a really sad day, but everything is alright, because the Bruins are in the playoffs. The Bruins may be resting some of their top players today while the Devils are looking to end the season on a high note.When 38 year old Bryce Salvador is your team Captain, you probably did something wrong along the way. The Devils...
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