Ray Whitney announced that he has decided to hang up his skates.
Ray Whitney told ESPN on Thursday that his interest in playing another NHL season is declining with each week that passes without receiving an offer.
Coming off the toughest season of his career, Ray Whitney's status for next season is still in limbo as the 42 year-old has not revealed plans to sign a new contract nor declared his intention to retire.
The Dallas Stars don't plan on re-signing Ray Whitney this summer.
Ray Whitney didn't like the way he was utilized this season in Dallas, especially down the stretch.
Ray Whitney could have played his last game in the NHL.
The Dallas Stars are expected to make veteran winger Ray Whitney a healthy scratch in Game 6 against the Anaheim Ducks on Sunday, according to TSN's Aaron Ward.
Ray Whitney didn't end up playing on the top line in Game 2, but coach Lindy Ruff is looking for more from the veteran forward.
Stars coach Lindy Ruff is planning on making lineup changes for Game 2, but he naturally didn't want to go into specifics.
Ray Whitney (lower body) will play in Dallas' postseason opener on Wednesday.
Ray Whitney (lower body) won't be available for Friday's game.
Ray Whitney (lower body) will not return on Wednesday.
Ray Whitney will not play Sunday against the Panthers.
Ray Whitney (lower body) will not be able to play on Saturday.