Adam Foote was able to play in one last NHL game after missing roughly three weeks with a fractured ankle.
"It hurt at times, but when the adrenaline gets going. . . . It was fun," Foote said. "I was so glad I got to play one more." Foote had two hits, one blocked shot, and logged 15:21 minutes of playing time in his final NHL game. Foote has already announced his retirement and he is expected to coach the Colorado Thunderbirds' under-13 team next season. Foote had 66 goals, 308 points, and 1,534 penalty minutes in 1,154 career NHL games.
Mon, Apr 11, 2011 09:58:00 AM