Although Bryce Salvador will still be involved with the New Jersey Devils after announcing his retirement, it's not clear what his title will be.
Bryce Salvador has announced that he is ending his playing career.
Bryce Salvador is likely to announce his retirement this week.
Bryce Salvador met with Devils GM Ray Shero last week.
Bryce Salvador (back) will decide if he will try to play next season at the end of the summer.
There's a good chance that Bryce Salvador will attend the Devils' training camp on a tryout basis before coming to a decision about his future.
Bryce Salvador, who missed most of the 2014-15 campaign with a back injury, wants to play next season.
Devils GM and interim coach Lou Lamoriello hasn't considered moving the captaincy from Bryce Salvador after the now 39-year-old suffered what has proven to be a season-ending back injury.
Bryce Salvador (back) is traveling with the Devils for their three-game road trip, but he's not expected to return before its conclusion.
Bryce Salvador (back) might play again this season, but the odds are stacked against him.
Bryce Salvador (back) has resumed working out off the ice.
Bryce Salvador has been sidelined since Nov. 10 because of a back injury.
Bryce Salvador (lower body) has yet to start skating after being injured on November 10.
Bryce Salvador (lower body) said he is making progress.