Mario Lemieux spoke out against the NHL for their handling of Friday's fight-filled contest between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the New York Islanders.
Mario Lemieux will receive the Order of Canada in a ceremony in Ottawa on Friday.
Mark Cuban and Dan Marino have joined with a New York financier to attempt to purchase the Penguins.
Mario Lemieux has officially retired.
The Fan 590 in Toronto is reporting that Mario Lemieux will hold a press conference this afternoon to announce his retirement.
The good news is that Mario Lemieux continues to practice with the Penguins and looks good doing it.
Mario Lemieux skated with the rest of the Penguins players yesterday for the first time since December 16th.
Penguins captain Mario Lemieux had an off-ice workout while his teammates were going through their morning skate yesterday.
There is still not timetable for Mario Lemiuex's return to action.
Pittsburgh GM Craig Patrick said there still is no timetable for Mario Lemieux's return.
Mario Lemieux, who is out of the lineup indefinitely with an irregular heartbeat, has been working out regularly off the ice and is feeling fine.
Mario Lemieux is out indefinitely as his doctors have to adjust his medication.
The best guess is that Mario Lemieux will miss games through the holidays while doctors tweak his medication.
Mario Lemieux is out of the Penguins' lineup today due to a recurrence of his irregular heartbeat.