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Wade Redden Announces His Retirement

TORONTO (January 9, 2013) – After playing 14 seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL), Wade Redden announced his retirement today. 

Redden played a total of 1,023 games with four different NHL teams: the Ottawa Senators, New York Rangers, St. Louis Blues and Boston Bruins. He amassed career totals of 109 goals, 348 assists and 457 points in the regular season, while appearing in 106 career playoff games, recording 49 points. Redden had a career plus-minus of +160 and he played in one All-Star Game (2002).

“I would first and foremost like to thank my family and friends for their unconditional love and support. I would also like to thank my teammates, coaches and staff for all the great memories created throughout the years. To the fans, I appreciate all your support throughout my career,” said Redden. “Playing in the National Hockey League has been a dream come true and I feel very proud and privileged to have played more than 1,000 games in 14 NHL seasons.”
 

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Morning Line

"Obviously, I'd like to get somewhere and get playing myself, but, in the meantime, it's been good (skating with the Kelowna Rockets) . I've been waiting on an actual contract, but it's tough to know what the right thing to do is. I went to Boston and had a pretty good finish to the year, so hopefully someone is going to need a veteran guy, and hopefully it's not going to be too long."

-UFA defenseman Wade Redden.  More on Redden from Larry Fisher of the Daily Courier.

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Wade Redden May Be Headed To Boston

added 3:24pm,

TSN confirms trade.

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Video- A Long Time Between Goals

Wade Redden last scored in the NHL on March 10, 2010, that is of course until last night.

Darren Pang described the goal as a "kind of a double-I formation."

 

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Blues Activate Redden

ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Blues Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced the Blues have activated defenseman Wade Redden today.  Redden will wear #6.  In addition, the club assigned defenseman Ian Cole to the Blues’ American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, Peoria Rivermen.  

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Evening Line

“He’s been kicked down and stepped on and now it’s about how he responds to it. If he’s the kindof person I think he is, he’s going to respond very well.”

-Larry Robinson, asst. coach of the San Jose Sharks on Scott Gomez.  The quote is via the Mercury News but Jim Matheson of the Edmonton Journal used it in his column on Scott Gomex and Wade Redden.

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Rangers Have A Few Options With Wade Redden

from Bob McKenzie of TSN,

The Rangers actually have three options but probably only one that makes sense.

It would nice for the Rangers to entirely get rid of Redden's cap hit this season and next but what's behind Door No. 1 isn't an attractive option. That is, give up an asset or assets (draft picks and/or prospects) as inducements to get another team with lots of cap space to take Redden in a trade.

The Rangers won't like that because they don't want to deplete any future considerations on what amounts to a housekeeping matter for them.

Door No. 2 would be to send Redden to the AHL, absorb his $5 million-plus cap hit this season, which they have room for because teams can spend to $70M this season, and then use a compliance buyout this summer to erase the problem for next season. Compliance buyouts do not count against the salary cap.

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Redden Had Thoughts Of Quitting

from Chris Stevenson at the Toronton Sun,,

As much as Redden tries to put a positive spin on things, this is a bad time here. The Wolf Pack will lose its seventh consecutive game and when Redden is on the ice for the Monarchs’ third goal, a fan wearing a Kevin Dineen Hartford Whalers sweater stands up from his seat.

“Way to earn your money, buddy,” he screams at Redden, flashing a mock thumbs up.

“If there is anything that will benefit me, it’s playing well here.”

That is Redden’s reality now.

When he was at his crossroads and thinking about quitting, Redden turned to his friends.

“He was pretty down on himself,” said Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson, a teammate for a decade. They grew from rookies to become among the best players in the world together.

“He was questioning what he had done and should do and whether he should even be playing hockey. We all live the game. I thought he should try Europe or the minors and get the fire, the excitement back. We’re pr

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Redden Arrives In Hartford

from Jeff Jacobs of the Hartford Courant,

So you weren’t surprised by being waived? Not at all, he said.

“Statistically or whatever, I wasn’t doing what a lot of people thought I should have,” Redden said. “I always try to play the same game. Sometimes it doesn’t fit into what teams are looking for. I guess I have to accept that and just move on. It didn’t work out, especially with the salary cap. I wasn’t in their plans. I have to live with that.

“Anything can happen, but certainly [a return to the Rangers] is down on the list of expectations. To be honest, it didn’t go well there. I’ve got to come here and play as well as I can. Obviously, I want to get back to the NHL, but I can’t look down the road. This is the first step. I’m coming here with a fresh slate.”

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All Redden’s Doing

from Larry Brooks of the NY Post,

Let’s be clear about this: Wade Redden earned yesterday’s demotion to the AHL for his two miserable seasons on Broadway after signing with the Rangers as a free agent out of Ottawa.

If he were making $3 million rather the average of $6.5 million that he is getting under his six-year, $39 million contract—which may represent the worst free-agent signing in the history of hard-cap pro sports—he still would have had those two miserable seasons and he still would be in Hartford this season instead of Manhattan.

Redden, who will report to the AHL Wolf Pack tomorrow after clearing waivers at noon yesterday, is not a cap casualty.

Rather, Redden is a casualty of his own deterioration as a player that ranged from a steady decline his final couple of seasons with the Senators to a complete collapse with the Rangers.

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The Bolts Beat, 09/27/10: The Gang Talks Preseason Games, Cuts, Suspensions, Fantasy Hockey & More

In the latest episode of The Bolts Beat, JJ and co-host Mike Corcoran cover the Lightning’s recent preseason road trip, roster moves made thereafter, NHL discipline issues (including the recent Nick Boynton/Blair Jones incident), predictions for how Tampa Bay’s final roster may end up, fantasy hockey strategy and Jon (of course) continues his New York Jets elation, much to the dismay of Mike and fellow contributor, Tampa Bay Lightning.com’s Mark Pukalo.

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The End Of Redden’s NHL Career?

from James Gordon of Senators

Extra, It seems unfathomable that a player as talented and revered as Wade Redden was in this city could be completely washed up at the tender age of 33.

But there you have it: This weekend, the New York Rangers announced they were placing the former Ottawa Senators star on waivers, paving the way for a one-way ticket to the AHL’s Hartford Whale (yes, singular) or Europe, assuming Redden’s agent can swing a deal to get him out of North America.

Who could have predicted it would all end this quickly?

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Redden On Waivers

from Jesse Spector of the Blueshirts Blog at the NY Daily News,

“It’s always difficult when you change someone’s life like this,” Sather said. “But in the end you have to do what’s best for the team.”

Sather said that Redden did not seem too surprised when he got the news, that “he’d seen the writing on the wall.” The Rangers’ president and general manager said that he would accept whatever decision Redden makes should he clear waivers, whether the 33-year-old defenseman chooses to accept an assignment to Hartford or tries to find a job in Europe.

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Afternoon Line

“Obviously, I’ve got to come in and play well and show I belong.  I know there are a lot of defensemen in camp, a lot of young guys coming in. Obviously, they’ve got some choices to make. I’ve got to feel good about what I do.”

-Wade Redden of the New York Rangers.  More from Andrew Gross of Rangers Rants at The Record.

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Talking Wade Redden

from Larry Brooks of the NY Post,

Opening with a question to which I am certain the Rangers have no answer: What if Wade Redden is one of the team’s two or three best defensemen in training camp?

There’s no doubt the plan calls for Redden to be waived at some point during camp so his $6.5 million albatross of a cap hit can be removed from the ledger when the season commences, no doubt whatsoever.

The construction of the roster, including the recent signing of Alexander Frolov and trade for Todd White, indicates GM Glen Sather expects to have Redden’s space available, and so does pretty much everything the organization is communicating this summer to anyone in the industry who will listen.

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Redden’s Offensive Problems

via Tim Bontemps of the NY Post,

The benching is just the latest in a series of struggles Redden has gone through since leaving the Senators to sign a six-year, $39 million contract with the Blueshirts after the 2007-08 season. But the former All-Star, who was taken second overall in the 1995 draft by the Islanders, has left a lot to be desired since he arrived.

Known as an offensive defenseman, Redden last season registered his lowest point total (26) since 1998-99, finishing with three goals and 23 assists. But even after those struggles, Redden’s play has sunk to a new low this season.

In 47 games, Redden has one goal and seven points, putting him on pace for what easily will be the worst season of his career. Tortorella scratched Redden twice in December in the hopes of kick-starting his season, but the moves have seemed to have little impact, as Redden has just two assists since Nov. 23.

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Redden Gets Another Chance & Maybe His Last One

from Larry Brooks of the NY Post,

Wade Redden’s last chance to make a positive impression on coach John Tortorella and thus avoid exile to the AHL Wolf Pack begins tonight in Raleigh.

Tortorella, who is reinserting Redden into the lineup for tonight’s match against the Hurricanes after scratching the veteran defenseman the previous two games, will expect to see No. 6 bring the same emotion onto the ice as he brought into the coach’s office Thursday morning at Nassau Coliseum, where he complained about being benched.

At the same time, the coach will review whether 10 days and five games in Hartford taught Matt Gilroy how to compete at a consistent level, for the Hobey Baker winner also will be reinserted into the Blueshirts’ lineup following his recall yesterday morning.

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Redden Shows Passion Off The Ice

from Larry Brooks of the NY Post,

Redden, utterly devoid of passion through the first 109 games of his Ranger career, finally showed some emotion upon hearing the news oh boy about the scratch by confronting and shouting at Tortorella in the visiting coach’s office prior to the morning skate.

Later, the defenseman who represented himself as worthy of a $39M investment over six years upon reaching free agency on July 1, 2008, complained to the press that he was being “singled out” and being made an “example.”

How absurd. How outrageous. But how typical. Though, in a sense, Redden was correct. He is an example ... of what happens when players are not held accountable. Management shares the responsibility for Redden’s sense of entitlement.

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Redden Out 5-7 Days

from Brett Cyrgalis of the NY Post,

Since the start of the season, coach John Tortorella has been consistent in reminding everyone that defense is the toughest position to teach to a young player.

Well, his job just got tougher as one of the youngest backlines in hockey will get younger tonight at Tampa Bay.

Yesterday, the Rangers called up 21-year-old rookie defenseman Bobby Sanguinetti from Hartford (AHL) to replace 12-year veteran Wade Redden. Redden left Wednesday’s 2-1 shootout win over the Panthers with a right arm/shoulder injury just 4:50 into the first period and will be out five-to-seven days.

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The Re-Birth Of Wade Redden

from Larry Brooks of the NY Post,

If Wade Redden looks like a different player in his second season with the Rangers, and he does, much of the improvement can be credited to the fact that he is now playing in a system that maximizes his skills as a skater and puck mover while minimizing his deficiencies in defensive zone coverage and reading the rush.

Redden might as well have been on an island last year, so lost was he playing coach Tom Renney’s safety-first system, in which the defense invariably seemed to be backing up or battling for survival in its own end of the ice.

But now, six games into Year Two on Broadway, which continues tonight at the Garden against the Kings, Redden appears liberated by the puck-pressure system installed by head coach John Tortorella.

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Redden Playing For Wins

from Larry Brooks of the NY Post,

So yesterday, after a night on which he and partner Michal Rozsival were called on in relief of Marc Staal and Dan Girardi to contain the essentially uncontainable Alex Ovechkin in Game 1 against the Caps, Redden chuckled when I asked him whether he not only considered the playoffs as a clean slate, but whether he believed he was in need of one.

The question could have been the opening of a cross-examination had Redden been in a courtroom witness chair rather than a hockey locker room.

“Whether it was a good or bad regular season doesn’t matter at this point,” Redden said a day after his 27:35 of work contributed to the Rangers getting the series jump, 4-3.

“All that matters is we win every night, and that’s where my focus is, helping the team out.”

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Redden A Target In New York

from Doug Fischer of the Ottawa Citizen,

By the time he arrived in New York last fall, however, Redden was only a shadow of that player. Everyone has a theory about why. The most popular suggests he’s never trained hard enough, relying instead on skills that eroded rapidly with age.

Whatever the reason, New Yorkers weren’t interested in anything except results. There is nothing they love more than a sports hero except, perhaps, the chance to excoriate a well-paid sports hero who is underachieving.

And that was Redden, whose Rangers play the Senators in New York tonight….

So when the team began to sputter in late November and New Yorkers went looking for a target, Redden was an easy bull’s-eye.

Led by (Larry) Brooks, said to be the most-read hockey writer in New York, the media began almost to delight in cataloguing his errors. By Feb. 15, and without a goal in 57 games, Redden was being referred to on radio and in print as GSF—Glen Sather’s Folly, Brooks’ shot at the general manager who signed him.

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Redden Hurting The Rangers

from Jay Greenberg of the NY Post,

Wade Redden, who either needs to have his attention caught at the end of the bench or simply can’t play in the NHL anymore, probably would be helping the Rangers best from Hartford, but there is no alternative to him in the system and, with five years to go in a depressing, cap-killing, six-year, $39 million deal, surely no takers. So what is a new coach to do besides what the old coach did?...

On Arron Asham’s back-breaking first of two goals, Redden, a defenseman of 12 years NHL experience, mindlessly put his stick blade to the outside, allowing rookie Claude Giroux’s pass out to go inside for a slam dunk.

Redden didn’t lose this game by himself, but do you need a full hand to count one he has helped the Rangers win?

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Redden Takes On Old Team

from Sam Weinman of Rangers Report,

...here is what Redden said about facing the Senators tonight. He said he met up with Daniel Alfredsson and Chris Phillips, and only then did the significance of tonight start to hit home.

“I just think it’s the final recognition, going up against the old guys,” Redden said. “I think it’s a good thing. It really hit home just seeing the guys yesterday. It was different. I’m excited about playing them. It’s been a big change this year. I don’t know. I’m just looking forward to getting out there against them and knowing that I am against them. It’s good to finally play them.”

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Reflecting on Last Years Senators

From Peter O’Neil of Canwest in the Leader Post,

Former Ottawa Senators defencemen Wade Redden and Andrej Meszaros rejected Friday speculation that their former team’s collapse last year was linked to excessive partying.

The two players, who will play against each other here Saturday when Redden’s New York Rangers face the Tampa Bay Lightning, also said they never witnessed inappropriate off-season behaviour involving former teammate Ray Emery, who was asked during an interview with ESPN.com in August about whether he used recreational drugs.

Both players cited other reasons - Redden spoke of a failure to maintain the team’s historic commitment to team defence, while Meszaros suggested that exhaustion over the long playoff run the year before ultimately led to Ottawa’s second-half flop.

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Redden Meets His Old Team

from Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun,

Wade Redden can finally turn the page on his career with the Senators tonight.

The former Senators defenceman is getting accustomed to life in Manhattan, but he’ll get his first real look at Broadway tonight when he makes his debut on the New York Rangers blue line against his ex-teammates.

Redden, who spent a decade in an Ottawa uniform, isn’t sure how he’ll feel when he looks across the ice at all the familiar faces, however, he’s excited about the possibility of suiting up for New York.

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Redden Signed by NYR

From Sportsnet:

Sources have told Sportsnet that Wade Redden has agreed to a deal with the New York Rangers.

Update 4:36pm: TSN television confirms the deal. Six years at $6.5 million per (average).
Update 4:39pm: TSN online—

One of the NHL’s top free agent blueliners is off the market, as the New York Rangers have signed defenceman Wade Redden to a six-year contract worth $6.5 million a season.

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Columbus Chasing Redden

from Puck-rakers,

I’ve been told that the Blue Jackets will make a “significant” offer to defenseman Wade Redden, that he’s been targeted as their No. 1 priority when free agency opens at noon on Tuesday.

There are no guarantees that Redden will sign with the Blue Jackets, of course, but I’ve been told that if Redden turns down the Blue Jackets’ offer, it won’t be because of money.

I’ll take a stab: 6 years, $38 million.

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Murray Talks Sens

Ottawa GM Bryan Murray was on Fan590 in Toronto a talked a bit about Ray Emery and Wade Redden.  It looks Emery will be bought out unless Murray can find a trade partner for him in the next week or so.  Murray feels it is better if the part ways even though Hartsburg did coach Emery in Sault Ste. Marie.

Murray talked a little Wade Redden too and said he will not be able to match what Redden can get on the open market, so it looks like he is gone come July 1st.

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Leafs Rumors

All the news from Spector:

Thankfully we’ll know in about three weeks what Sundin will do, putting an end to months of speculation over his future. I still have my doubts that the Leafs will buyout Tucker but I am convinced Raycroft will be bought out. As for Redden, why would the Leafs want him?

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Redden In Demand

from Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun,

An NHL source said yesterday that Panthers GM Jacques Martin—a former coach of Redden with the Senators—is going to take a hard run at signing the veteran defenceman off the open market.

The Panthers’ top priority in the off-season is signing a puck-moving defenceman and Redden, who struggled last year as the Senators’ highest-paid player, fits the bill.

The Panthers won’t be alone in their pursuit of Redden, who will likely have to take a cut anyway to sign with another NHL club, although only to the $5-million range. It’s believed the Blackhawks, Canucks, Predators, Flyers and, possibly the Maple Leafs have an interest in Redden.

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Redden’s Last Games With The Sens

from Don Brennan of the Ottawa Sun,

Some will say he has already moved on.

But the fact remains that Wade Redden is a key member of the Senators and if he can somehow turn up his game, the 30-year-old defenceman will greatly enhance this team’s chances of a first-round upset while helping himself re-establish appeal to other NHL teams.

Redden, one of the most popular Senators ever, has as few as four games left here. With Redden set to become an unrestricted free agent in July, Ottawa won’t even bother to try to re-sign him

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Report- Redden Turns Down Request To Waive NTC

from Darren Dreger of TSN,

Sources tell TSN that Ottawa Senators’ general manager Bryan Murray met with veteran defenseman Wade Redden Friday morning about the possibility of waiving his no-trade clause.

According to the source, the request was made following an inquiry from the San Jose Sharks into Redden’s availability.

As he has in the past, Redden turned down the request as he remains committed to the Senators’ quest to win a Stanley Cup.

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Redden Willing To Take Less To Stay With Ottawa

from the Ottawa Sun,

“I would feel real good leaving next year and see them win the Stanley Cup,” he said, sarcastically.

So, with that in mind, Redden admitted to Sun Media he would consider taking a pay cut from his current $6.5 million salary to stay….

Redden has no idea how much he’s willing to leave on the table to stay and be a part of what is going on here. He’ll have to talk to Meehan about that, he said. But that should be encouragement enough for Senators GM Bryan Murray to be proactive—as he has been so far—to keep Redden.

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Update 12:42pm ET: (Alanah) Some Senators/Redden salary cap math from Mike Chen a few days ago.

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Sens Would Like To Sign All Their UFAs

from Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun,

As a matter of fact, Murray said he has already had contract discussions with Redden’s agent, Don Meehan.

“I don’t know (where the Redden stuff comes from),” said Murray. “(Reporters) ask me about trying to sign Heatley and Spezza and then the conclusion (from reporters) is always nothing about those two at all, it’s always about eliminating another player. That’s not what we’re trying to do here. We’re going to try to do as well as we can with the people that we have and, obviously, keep them here.

“But there are a lot of factors involved here: The total dollars, the cap system and can we keep everybody? Will everybody give us an opportunity to sign them or will it be impossible because of the numbers?”

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Redden Remains Focused Despite Trade Talk

from the Ottawa Citizen,

From a financial point of view, Redden is also fully aware of the perfect storm that faces Senators general manager Bryan Murray next summer, when Redden, left-winger Dany Heatley and centre Mike Fisher can become unrestricted free agents. At the same time, Meszaros, centre Jason Spezza and wingers Antoine Vermette and Patrick Eaves will be restricted free agents.

Something has to give in Murray’s salary-cap equation by next summer, if not earlier.

Redden would appear to be the most likely option to move, considering the weight of his salary. While he exercised his no-trade clause to prevent a move to Edmonton, the possibility that he will be moved will probably remain until the trade deadline in February.

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