Hockey News: Bryce Salvador Retires; Cory Sarich Attempts Comeback

One of the NHL captains has hung up his skates. Learn more about Bryce Salvador’s story and everything else going on in the NHL:

Salvador wrote a goodbye post on The Players’ Tribune. [The Players’ Tribune] Salvador only played in 15 games last year because of injury. [The Hockey News] The seasoned veteran has aspirations of becoming an NHL executive. [] The Devils’ captain had extreme trouble with dizziness. [New York Post] Salvador was a memorable Blues defenseman before joining the Devils. [Bleedin Blue]

For those wanting to read more about Salvador, here are some favorite The Hockey Writers posts about Salvador.

Andy Greene should be the next captain in New Jersey. [In Lou We Trust]

Cory Sarich is hoping to return to the NHL after a bike accident. [Puck Daddy]

Reports suggest that Patrick Kane and the Blackhawks have not discussed his no-movement clause. [The Score]

Jack Eichel has a great new deal with a card company; what does this mean? []

Upper Deck is banking on Connor McDavid’s cards being a top seller. [Globe & Mail]

Evander Kane [photo: Amy Irvin]
Evander Kane [photo: Amy Irvin]
Evander Kane won his girlfriend back thanks to a clever billboard. [Huffington Post]

A closer look at the return of the EASHL to the NHL series. [Bleacher Report]

The KHL’s Pavel Medvedev scored a lacrosse-style goal. [CBS Sports]

Paul Stastny still has a lot to prove to the St. Louis fans. [Today’s Slapshot]

Johan Franzen is taking a different approach at recovery from his concussion. [HockeyBuzz]

Red Wings prospect Pat Holway is giving up lacrosse to focus on hockey. [The Enterprise]

If the Fantastic Four were Sharks players, here’s who fits the bill. [Fear The Fin]