Chris Osgood has decided to hang up his skates after spending 17 seasons in the National Hockey League.
According to the Detroit Free Press, Chris Osgood will announce his retirement during Tuesday's scheduled conference call.
The Detroit Red Wings might announce the signing of Chris Osgood on Tuesday.
Red Wings GM Ken Holland won't sign a backup goaltender until he's talked to Chris Osgood.
Although Detroit hasn't ruled out re-signing Chris Osgood, they are still looking for a backup goaltender.
The Detroit Red Wings should be in the market for a backup goalie on July 1.
The Detroit Red Wings could be in the market for a new backup goaltender once free agency starts on July 1.
Chris Osgood would like to continue his NHL career and he's hoping to re-sign with the Detroit Red Wings.
Detroit won't decide if they want to re-sign Chris Osgood for at least a couple of weeks.
Chris Osgood said that his family will be a factor when he weighs the pros and cons of extending his NHL career.
Chris Osgood has not decided whether or not he wants to return to hockey next season.
Chris Osgood will likely not dress in Round 2 even though he has looked good in practice.
Chris Osgood (groin) thinks he's ready to serve as Jimmy Howard's backup, but it remains to be seen if Detroit will use him.
Chris Osgood (groin) looked good in practice on Friday.