Dominik Hasek's NHL run has ended.
The celebrated goaltender has announced his retirement from the
NHL. Hasek established himself as one of the best in the business,
racking up six Vezina trophies as the league's top goalie and twice
winning the Hart Trophy as the NHL's most valuable player.
The 43-year-old retired previously after leading the Red Wings to the
Stanley Cup in 2002. He shared goaltending duties with Chris Osgood
this season until Osgood got hot in the playoffs and finished out
in the nets to help Detroit win another Stanley Cup.
Hasek also played for Chicago, Buffalo and Ottawa. He bows out
with 389 career wins and 65 playoff victories.