Jean-Sebastien Giguere officially retired on Thursday after a 16-year NHL career.
The veteran goaltender was the last active player to be drafted by the Hartford Whalers. In addition to the Whalers, he played for the Calgary Flames, Anaheim Ducks, Toronto Maple Leafs and Colorado Avalanche.
Giguere is best known for his time with the Ducks, with whom he played for from 2000-01 until...
Goaltender Jean-Sebastien Giguere is retiring after 16 NHL seasons in which he won 262 games, a Conn Smythe Trophy and a Stanley Cup championship.
The Colorado Avalanche say Giguere made the announcement in Quebec on Thursday while with the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada hockey team. He's part owner of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League squad.
Avs executive Joe Sakic calls Giguere...
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August 21, 2014
It’s the end of an era. Jean-Sebastien Giguere’s retirement officially closes the book on the Hartford Whalers.
When J.S. Giguere retires next week, it will be the official end of the Whalers. He is the last former Hartford player in the NHL.
— Gord Miller (@GMillerTSN) August 15, 2014
Surely this means it’s time to resurrect the Whalers, right?
Colorado Avalanche veteran Jean-Sebastien Giguere is reportedly ready “call it a career” after 13 seasons as an NHL goaltender.
Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports first reported the story, and noted that Giguere still hasn’t made a final decision.
In my #jdm story.Talked to JS Giguère who's ready to call it a career. He wants to speak with his agent and the PA before making it official—...
It would appear that Colorado Avalanche goaltender Jean-Sebastien Giguere is ready to call it quits, according to a conversation he had with Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports.
While he was open about the thought having crossed his mind as Colorado’s incredible turnaround season began its final descent into the postseason, Giguere gave little indication as to which direction he was leaning...
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Sunday's slate of NHL games were essentially meaningless in regards to standings and playoff positioning but the Ducks and the Avalanche, two of the West's best, didn't see it that way.
Nick Bonino scored a goal in overtime for a 3-2 win in the Ducks' final game of the regular season. Yes, it was in some ways meaningless, but it wasn't because it gave Teemu Selanne...
Colorado Avalanche goaltender Jean-Sebastien Giguere is currently day-to-day with a back injury, according to Ron Knabenbauer on the team's official website. He was supposed to start against the Tampa Bay Lightning Saturday night, but his back is too stiff. He was also a game-time decision for Friday night's game against the Florida Panthers, and ended up dressing for the game...