Daniel Alfredsson will be in Ottawa on Dec. 4 and it is expected that he will announce his retirement.
Darren Dreger reported Tuesday that Daniel Alfredsson is set to announce his retirement on December 4th.
Daniel Alfredsson has reportedly decided not to play in 2014-15.
Nothing has changed for Detroit when it comes to the possibility of signing Daniel Alfredsson.
Daniel Alfredsson isn't skating at Joe Louis Arena anymore and it appears as though he might retire.
Daniel Alfredsson won't be a member of the Red Wings on opening night of the regular season, but the door is open for him to join the team at some point.
According to Detroit General Manager Ken Holland, Daniel Alfredsson (back) has made some progress.
Detroit GM Ken Holland said that Daniel Alfredsson (back) might try skating this week, as he is feeling better.
Daniel Alfredsson (back) might resume skating soon.
An unfortunate update on Daniel Alfredsson: he won't participate in at least Detroit Red Wings training camp as he's seeing back specialists.
Daniel Alfredsson (back) might miss the start of training camp.
Red Wings GM Ken Holland said Daniel Alfredsson can attend training camp without a contract.
Daniel Alfredsson suffered a "tweak" while skating last week.
Daniel Alfredsson will skate with the Red Wings for the next couple of weeks before deciding if he'll return for another season.