Was Time To Go

Former Rangers captain Chris Drury announced his retirement yesterday after twelve seasons in the NHL, quietly bringing a disappointing close to an injury plagued season that ended in the buy-out of the final year of the five-year contract he signed with the Rangers back in 2007. As a player in the league and for his country, there […]

Blackburn Retires

After attempting to battle back from a nerve injury in his shoulder, goaltender Dan Blackburn announced today that he will be retiring from professional hockey.  The 22 year old netminder finishes his aborted career with a record of 20-32-4 in 63 NHL appearances, a GAA of 3.22 and Save Percentage of 0.894.  Selected 10th overall […]

Gernander Hangs Em Up

After a fourteen year professional career, Ken Gernander has decided to call it quits.  The only captain the Hartford Wolf Pack has ever known, Gernander is expected to join the Wolf Pack coaching staff as an assistant going forward.  Drafted in the fifth round of the 1987 NHL Entry Draft by the Winnipeg Jets, Gernander […]