He's in decline but he's still an effective Centerman and proven playoff warrior. Now that he's come out and said he wants to retire after two more years and the Red Wings being in complete rebuild mode and cap hell, what could they realistically expect in return for Henrik?
If Henrik and the Wings decide it's best for both parties to move on, what would be their asking price? He's in decline but he's still an effective Centerman and proven playoff warrior.
Contrary to popular belief, success in sports isn't solely about winning championships. However, only a select group can lay claim to having a consistent winning approach.
But reaching the postseason and competing on a yearly basis also qualifies as part of the definition. Look out across the landscape of franchises and you'll see a revolving door of success.
hey my computer isn’t letting me comment on your holiday gift idea video and I really love it and want to enter in the youtube giveaway. He has remained loyal to Anderlecht, except for spells at Charleroi (1991–1993) and Olympiacos F. He has also won the Belgian as well as the Greek championships three times. In Belgium, he has won the Fair player of the year prize 6 times. Zetterberg started his career at his local club, Falkenbergs FF, but after only seven games at senior level he became professional, joining the Belgian team RSC Anderlecht. He has twice been football player of the year in Belgium and won the Guldbollen as the Swedish Footballer of the Year in 1997. As of now, he earns a pretty good amount of salary. Similarly, he has accumulated a large amount of net worth. But apart from that, he is not part of any other criticism. As his national side career, he finished first in 2006 Ice Hockey World Championships. He has won several awards like “All-Star Game”, “All Time Rookie”, and so on. Being an athlete, he is going to get criticized for even one bad game.