The St. Louis Blues officially retired Al MacInnis's number two on Sunday.
Al MacInnis officially retired today.
TSN.ca is reporting that Al MacInnis will announce his retirement on Friday.
Despite meeting with Blues' GM Larry Pleau at length on Monday, Al MacInnis has yet to announce his intentions for the 2005-06 season.
The fate of Al MacInnis is still unknown.
Al MacInnis told the St.Louis Post Dispatch that he did not expect to play professional hockey again.
Al MacInnis has not yet decided if he will retire from competitive hockey.
Al MacInnis began light off-ice workouts yesterday, reports the St.Louis Post Dispatch.
Al MacInnis had surgery on both eyes yesterday.
TSN is reporting that Al MacInnis could be out of the Blues' lineup for a considerable length of time due to a partially detached retina in one of his eyes.
Al MacInnis will make his first pre-season appearance tonight against the Capitals, reports the St.Louis Post Dispatch.
Al MacInnis did in fact return to action last night, but was not really a factor in the Blues' 4-1 loss to the Canucks.
Although Al MacInnis skated yesterday and travelled with the team to Vancouver, he is still doubtful for tonight's 7th and deciding game, reports the St.Louis Post Dispatch.
Al MacInnis will be out of action for 2-4 weeks with a separated right shoulder, reports the St.Louis Post Dispatch.