Nicklas Lidstrom is one of the greatest players in the history of the NHL, let alone one of the top defensemen to ever play the game. After the Red Wings’ early exit, the 42 year old veteran, who has played only for Detroit, Lidstrom is entertaining thoughts of retirement.
He missed 12 games to injury this season, but that doesn’t explain the marked drop off in his point total this season. Of course, his plus/minus was still 21, and his average time on ice was on par with where it’s been in recent years.
After 1142 career points, four Stanley Cups and 7 Norris Trophies, it’s hard to say that Lidstrom hasn’t earned retirement if he wants it. Of course, as coach Mike Babcock said, “He’s too good to quit.”
Lidstrom says he will take a few weeks to decide his future, but you can believe the city of Detroit and the Red Wings hope he comes back.
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