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Topic - Chris Chelios
Chris Chelios played in the NHL for as long as he could.
Chris Chelios, the longest-tenured defenseman in NHL history, is finally hanging up his skates.
Red Wings general manager Ken Holland says Chris Chelios is going to work for the team.
After 26 NHL seasons and three Stanley Cups, Chelios announced his retirement Tuesday at the age of 48.
Chelios said he has "nothing left in the tank."