No, sign a one day contract! I hate when Legends bow out respectfuly. Lidstrom deserves to have his day on the ice in his pads, not in a three-piece suit. Yzerman did it the same way. I know it the most honourable thing to do, but the sight of them walking off the ice for the last time in their gear is the perfect end to a career.
Who's next in line for the C? They say you can't fallow a legend, but Nick did just fine for six years. Now you can't fallow a legend, who replaced a legend.
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One vote for Mario. I never saw a more talented player than Mario Lemieux from 1989-93. I might suggest Bobby Orr was better than either 66 or 99... but I was a little too young to watch Orr work his magic. "Ich bin der chrome dinette.