Former Lloydminster Blazer Wade Redden officially retired today after a 16 year pro career. Wade began his junior hockey days in Lloydminster with the Blazers in 1992/93 collecting 15 points in 34 games as a 15 year old before moving onto playing in the WHL with the Brandon Wheat Kings.
In 16 seasons Wade played with the Ottawa Senators, New York Rangers, St. Louis Blues and Boston Bruins, retiring with 457 points in 1023 games. He is a 2-time NHL All-Star and won a gold medal with Canada in the World Cup of Hockey.
Congratulations Wade on a great hockey career!