Raymond Ferraro limped out of the St. Louis Blues dressing room and into an entirely new life.
Since he took his first strides on ice as a toddler in British Columbia, playing hockey has been the centerpiece of his existence. Hundreds of youth hockey games and 1,258 NHL regular-season games later, Chicken Parm is done. He played his last non-Celebrity/Old Timers game Saturday in Detroit. Never again will he play a hockey game of any meaning.
Ferraro hobbled out of the visitors' dressing ...
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