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Detroit Red Wings – Ex-Wing Alfredsson Officially Retires

Former Detroit Red Wing and longtime Ottawa Senators captain, Daniel Alfredsson announced his retirement from the NHL last Thursday, November the 27th.  The former Ottawa Senator signed a one day contract on December 4th, with the Senators to officially retire as a member of the club for which he served as captain from 1999 until 2013. Alfreddson, a Swiss native, was drafted by...
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Daniel Alfredsson Addresses Ottawa Senators Crowd One Last Time (Video)

Daniel Alfredsson has skated with the Ottawa Senators for the final time. After announcing his retirement Thursday, the 41-year-old forward signed a ceremonial one-day contract with the Sens and skated one last warmup with the team before their game against the New York Islanders. And for the puck drop, Alfredsson, his wife and his four sons took center ice amid chants of “Alfie...
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Daniel Alfredsson Worthy of the Hall?

Daniel Alfredsson has officially called it quits, retiring as a member of the Ottawa Senators. Now that all is right in the universe, it’s time to ask the question: does Daniel Alfredsson belong in the Hockey Hall of Fame? The Case For His numbers are surprisingly good. Over the course of his career, he never […] The post Is Daniel Alfredsson Worthy of the Hall? appeared first...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Daniel Alfredsson Retires With Ottawa Senators After 18-Year NHL Career

Daniel Alfredsson has decided to retire instead of returning for one more NHL season. The 41-year-old forward played last season with the Red Wings and hadn’t ruled out a return to Detroit until he announced his retirement in Ottawa on Thursday morning. He signed a one-day contract with the Senators and will be honored before Thursday night’s home game against the New York...
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Eighteen-year veteran Alfredsson expected to announce retirement

OTTAWA, Ontario — Former Ottawa Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson is expected to announce his retirement in the city where he became an NHL star. The Senators confirmed that Alfredsson will be in Ottawa on Thursday, Dec. 4 and will be part of a pregame ceremony before the team's game against the New York Islanders. ''Dec. 4 will be a truly special and historic day for the Ottawa...
Via AP on Fox
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Daniel Alfredsson won’t play this season

The Daniel Alfredsson comeback may be over before it ever really started. A report from TSN states that word is leaking out that Alfredsson will not be able to play this year. The report states that while the Detroit Red Wings haven’t officially heard about Alfredsson’s status or decision, they have heard that his comeback attempt is over. Via TSN: Sources tell The Dreger Report...
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November 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Detroit Red Wings: Dealing with injuries

The Detroit Red Wings have already had five players miss a significant amount of time due to injuries. While it’s not that surprising or even that awful considering what other teams have gone through, the injuries have helped in mixing up the Red Wings roster considerably a month into the season. Here’s an in-depth look at the current injuries the Red Wings are facing including...
November 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Red Wings don’t expect Alfredsson at camp after setback

After re-aggravating a back injury during an informal skate with the Red Wings, veteran forward Daniel Alfredsson’s 2014-15 season could be in jeopardy after this latest setback. In fact according to the Detroit Free Press, the Red Wings do not expect Alfredsson — who’s an unrestricted free agent — to attend camp at all in Traverse City. More from the Freep: The Wings want...
Via The Majors Detroit
September 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Detroit Red Wings Rumors: Daniel Alfredsson Still Sitting Out After Recent Setback

If Daniel Alfredsson was planning to use these couple weeks before training camp as a measuring stick for his health, suffice it to say that things are not going well. Alfredsson has yet to inform the Detroit Red Wings if he plans to play in 2014-15, and the Wings continue to await that verdict. But the veteran forward suffered “a little bit of a tweak” in his ailing back last...
Via The Detroit Sports Site
September 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Detroit Red Wings: Finalizing the roster

After all the moaning and groaning subsides because the Detroit Red Wings re-signed Daniel Cleary to a 1-year contract this past week, the Red Wings are left with two roster spots and a little over $8 million in cap space. Finalizing the 23 man roster can go a few ways, a majority of them revolving around Daniel Alfredsson. The soon to be 42-year old in December, Alfredsson is considering...
July 13, 2014  |  1 Comment

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