Mark Recchi has no regrets about his retirement from the NHL.
Mark Recchi has decided to retire after winning the Stanley Cup with the Boston Bruins.
Mark Recchi registered an assist in what may have been the last game of his professional career.
Wednesday might be the last time we see Mark Recchi play in an NHL game.
Mark Recchi is confident that the battled tested Bruins can perform in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals come Wednesday night.
Mark Recchi did not participate in Boston's morning skate on Wednesday, but he will play in Game 4 versus Vancouver.
Mark Recchi potted two goals in Boston's 8-1 win over Vancouver in Game 3 Monday night.
With his power-play goal Saturday night, 43-year-old Mark Recchi is now the oldest player to ever score a goal in the Stanley Cup final.
It took eight tries, but the Bruins finally scored a Stanley Cup final power-play goal.
Mark Recchi has nary a point and is minus-five in his last eight playoff games.
Mark Recchi is ready to call it a career if the Boston Bruins win the Stanley Cup.
Mark Recchi doesn't have a power-play point in 17 playoff games.
The Boston Bruins will be looking for a better start in Game 6 on Wednesday night.
Mark Recchi has a history with the Tampa Bay Lightning.