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by Paul on 09/10/08 at 04:57 PM ET
from Brian Costello of the Hockey News,
It’s nice to see Chris Chelios back for another season with the Detroit Red Wings.
At 46, Chelios is the oldest NHL player since Gordie Howe retired in 1980 at age 52. Now entering his 25th season, Chelios will one day retire with a number of standards that will never be matched.
Here are 10 of them. (Note: some are projected. Chelios will keep playing until 50.)
10. Win Stanley Cup titles 16 years apart: 1986 in Montreal and 2002 in Detroit.
continued and watch my favorite Chelios moment below (sorry Alanah)...
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