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Canes Country Jan 21, 2015

Former Hurricanes winger Ray Whitney announces retirement from the NHL

The diminutive winger spent five seasons with Carolina in his 22-year career, winning the Stanley Cup in 2006, serving as an alternate captain, and pranking every television camera he could find. One of the most popular members of the Carolina Hurricanes' Stanley Cup-winning team called it a career on Wednesday. Ray Whitney, an original draft pick of the San Jose Sharks in 1991 who carved out a 22-year career across the league playing for eight franchises, announced his retirement from the NHL today. Whitney, 42, spent last season with the Dallas Stars, but he did not sign a contract in the...
Rotoworld Jan 21, 2015

Ray Whitney announces his retirement from NHL - Ray Whitney (W) Dallas Stars

Ray Whitney announced that he has decided to hang up his skates.

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