Mark Messier
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$Signed a contract with the Rangers in September of 2003. Length and terms of the deal were undisclosed. Retired from hockey in Sept. of 2005.
CFree Agent
September 12, 2005
Messier announced his retirement from hockey on Monday, according to ESPNews.
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Not much more than we can say but to tip our caps to one of the best players we've seen in our generation, someone who played the game right well into his 40s. Mess finishes his career at over a point-a-game clip, with 694/1,193/1,887 in 1,756 games. Hockey doesn't get many guys with his leadership abilities.
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CNew York Rangers
September 10, 2005
Messier will not report for a training-camp physical with New York Rangers veterans on Monday. He might, however, take the opportunity to announce his expected retirement, according to the Daily News Wire Services.
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CNew York Rangers
July 19, 2005
Messier still hasn't decided if he's going to continue his career, according to the New York Daily News.
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CNew York Rangers
January 17, 2005
Messier's father and agent Douglas Messier has confirmed that Mark, who turns 44 Tuesday, will likely be forced to retire if this season is lost due to the lockout, reports the Canadian Press.
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CNew York Rangers
July 7, 2004
The 43-year-old Messier gave no indication on whether or not he is going to retire, the New Jersey Star Ledger reports.
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CNew York Rangers
April 1, 2004
Messier, who scored in his season finale at MSG on Wednesday and will not play in the Rangers' final game on Saturday at Washington, hasn't ruled out playing next year though he says he's leaning towards retirement, the New York Post reports. Messier also said that he would only come back to the Rangers, if he were to return for a 26th season in the league. Messier added that when he does retire, he'll live in New York. "I feel New York is my home now," he said. "I feel this is where I belong."
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