|May 31 7:17 AM PT8:17 AM MT9:17 AM CT10:17 AM ET14:17 GMT10:17 PM 北京时间7:17 AM MST9:17 AM EST18:17 UAE10:17 ET - Lidstrom announced Thursday that he is retiring after playing all 20 NHL seasons with the Detroit Red Wings.
Analysis: The 42-year-old Lidstrom set an NHL record by playing 1,564 games with one team. The four-time Stanley Cup champion put retirement on hold in each of the previous two years. Lidstrom had a plus-21 rating that ranked among the league's best last season. He missed a career-high 11 games with a bruised right ankle and was out for another game with the flu. The Swede was named the NHL's best defenseman last year for a seventh time last year, leaving him one shy of Bobby Orr
|May 30 1:03 PM PT2:03 PM MT3:03 PM CT4:03 PM ET20:03 GMT4:03 AM 北京时间1:03 PM MST3:03 PM EST0:03 UAE (+1)16:03 ET - The 42-year-old Lidstrom will announce Thursday whether he's retiring or returning to play a 21st season with the Detroit Red Wings.
Analysis: The four-time Stanley Cup champion and seven-time Norris Trophy winner put retirement on hold in each of the previous two years by signing one-year contracts and answering questions from reporters on a conference call. This time, he's holding a news conference at Joe Louis Arena. Lidstrom had 34 points and a plus-21 rating that ranked among the league leaders last season. He missed a career-high 11 games due to a bone bruise on his right ankle.
|Mar. 24 3:57 PM PT4:57 PM MT5:57 PM CT6:57 PM ET22:57 GMT6:57 AM 北京时间3:57 PM MST5:57 PM EST2:57 UAE (+1)18:57 ET - Lidstrom started Saturday night against the Carolina Hurricanes after missing 11 games with a bone bruise on his right ankle.
Analysis: The four-time Stanley Cup champion and seven-time Norris Trophy winner was injured Feb. 25 against Colorado. The setback might have hurt the Swede's shot to match Bobby Orr's record of eight Norris Trophies. Lidstrom is among NHL plus-minus leaders with a plus-25 rating through his first 62 games this season.
|Feb. 28 3:04 PM PT4:04 PM MT5:04 PM CT6:04 PM ET23:04 GMT7:04 AM 北京时间4:04 PM MST6:04 PM EST3:04 UAE (+1)18:04 ET - Lidstrom has not played since he suffered a deep bone bruise in his right ankle on Feb. 25.
Analysis: Lidstrom's ankle has been X-rayed numerous times. It's unclear when he will be back.
|Feb. 12 4:14 PM PT5:14 PM MT6:14 PM CT7:14 PM ET0:14 GMT8:14 AM 北京时间5:14 PM MST7:14 PM EST4:14 UAE (+1)19:14 ET - Lidstrom played in his 1,550th game Sunday night, the most by an NHL player who spent his entire career with one team.
Analysis: The 41-year-old Lidstrom broke the mark against the Philadelphia Flyers and was given a standing ovation when the feat was announced during the first period. Former Red Wings great Alex Delvecchio played 1,549 games, spending his entire career with Detroit's franchise from the 1950-51 season to 1973-74. Gordie Howe played in a club-record 1,687 games for Detroit, but ended his NHL career with the Hartford Whalers.
|Jan. 25 6:38 PM PT7:38 PM MT8:38 PM CT9:38 PM ET2:38 GMT10:38 AM 北京时间7:38 PM MST9:38 PM EST6:38 UAE (+1)21:38 ET - Lidstrom's consecutive-games streak ended at 213 on Wednesday night when the Detroit Red Wings captain sat out against the Montreal Canadiens because of the flu.
Analysis: The 41-year-old defenseman practiced with his teammates earlier Wednesday, but was unable to play in the NHL's last game before the All-Star break. Lidstrom, an 11-time participant in the All-Star game, wasn't picked for this year's festivities in Ottawa by request. He and veteran Anaheim Ducks forward Teemu Selanne asked to passed over so they can spend this weekend with their families.
|Jan. 24 11:42 AM PT12:42 PM MT1:42 PM CT2:42 PM ET19:42 GMT3:42 AM 北京时间12:42 PM MST2:42 PM EST23:42 UAE14:42 ET - Lidstrom had two assists as Detroit beat the Blues 3-1 on Monday night for its 17th straight home win.
Analysis: Lidstrom has six points in his last six games.
|Nov. 6 11:59 AM PT12:59 PM MT1:59 PM CT2:59 PM ET19:59 GMT3:59 AM 北京时间12:59 PM MST2:59 PM EST23:59 UAE14:59 ET - Lidstrom had two goals and an assist in Saturday's 5-0 win over the Ducks.
Analysis: Lidstrom had one goal in his previous six games.
|Oct. 29 9:02 AM PT10:02 AM MT11:02 AM CT12:02 PM ET16:02 GMT12:02 AM 北京时间9:02 AM MST11:02 AM EST20:02 UAE12:02 ET - Lidstrom had two assists Friday in a 4-2 home loss to San Jose.
Analysis: Lidstrom has five points over his last four games for the Wings.
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