David McNab, one of the architects of the expansion Mighty Ducks of Anaheim franchise in 1993-94 and the longest-serving member of the front office, announced his retirement Tuesday after 28 years with the organization and 43 years in the NHL overall. It is our honor to celebrate David and his incredible career as a lifelong Anaheim Duck,” Ducks owners Henry and Susan Samueli said in a statement. He has been key to this organization’s success as an executive for 28 years.
Ryan Getzlaf declined to say Monday what the future holds for him except to restate his desire to take his time, weigh his options and to speak to his family and to Ducks general manager Bob Murray before making a decision about continuing his Hall of Fame-worthy career. I’ll take a little time, look back on the year, enjoy my family for a couple of weeks,” he said.
Girardi and Hainsey played their final NHL games at age 34 and age 38, respectively. On Jan. 11, 2021, Greene signed an incentive-laden one-year deal with the Islanders. He’s hit all those incentives – which were tied to games played – suiting up in 54 of 55 Islanders games this season, proving the wear and tear hasn’t felled him quite yet.