Savage announces retirement after 12-year career
TORONTO -- Brian Savage retired from the NHL on Thursday after a 12-year career that included stops in Montreal, Phoenix, St. Louis and Philadelphia.
Savage, 35, appeared in 647 regular-season games, recording 192 goals and 167 assists for 359 points. The winger played at Miami of Ohio and was selected by the Canadiens in the eighth round of the 1991 draft as the 171st overall pick.
He won a silver medal at the 1994 Olympics as part of Team Canada. He also played ...
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