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Topic - Chris Chelios
Chris Chelios played in the NHL for as long as he could.
With his team in first place and the Winter Classic coming to town, it's a good time to be Ed Snider.
One of the greatest American hockey players is hanging up his skates for good.
The New Jersey Devils placed defenseman Colin White and recently acquired right wing Trent Hunter on waivers. The team will buy out both player's contracts if they are not picked on waivers.
The Bruins were facing elimination in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals, and Mark Recchi knew just how to keep his teammates focused.
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.
DETROIT (AP) — The Detroit Red Wings would be in rough shape without Sweden.