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Chris Wideman has officially declared his retirement from the NHL


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Janessa Ladouceur
April 17, 2024  (0:07)
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Montreal Canadiens defenseman Chris Wideman
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Canadiens defenseman Chris Wideman made one of the first retirement announcements for the upcoming season, stating that he will not be returning.

Prior to the Canadiens' season finale against the Detroit Red Wings, an announcement has been made. It has been revealed that this game will be Wideman's last in his career.

This game carries great importance as the Red Wings are in a fierce fight to secure a playoff spot. A triumph tonight could potentially prolong their postseason aspirations. Wideman and his teammates are determined to play the role of spoilers and hinder their opponents' progress.
With the conclusion of the game, Wideman's NHL career will reach a total of 292 games played. Although he may score tonight, his current record stands at 20 career goals and 78 points. Considering he was picked in the 4th round, 100th overall, it's a commendable achievement.
«I'm looking at where I finish, and even if there were so many difficult moments, I can still say that it was worth it. All the difficulties, the pain, the nights without sleep, the doubts, the demons it was all a fight but it was worth it.» - Chris Wideman
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Chris Wideman has officially declared his retirement from the NHL

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