Some NHL players decide when to end their career. For others, it's decided for them.
He may have won the Stanley Cup with Colorado, however, Ray Bourque will always be a Boston Bruin.
Ray Bourque hasn't played for the Bruins in over a season, but he left a lasting impression.
Larry Robinson was content as an assistant coach. One firing and one Cup later, he likes his new position.
In just their second year in the NHL, the Thrashers have something that older teams want – an elite top line.
Ray Bourque's mere presence means a lot to Colorado. But what has it meant on the ice?