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Full Site Menu Return to Top. The Avalanche have a chance to bring the Stanley Cup back to Denver in the very near future, and if MacKinnon helps deliver that he will be an Avalanche legend.
Columbus Blue Jackets: Rick Nash 61 Nash does not get anywhere near enough credit for how good of a player he was. A former No. He was a yearly threat to score 40 goals and was an outstanding two-way player who also developed into one of the league's best penalty killers.
The Blue Jackets were never really able to build anything significant around him, but it does not take away from the fact he is the best player the team has ever had.
Dallas Stars: Derian Hatcher 2 The Stars have already retired the numbers of Mike Modano and Jere Lehtinen from their glory days, and Sergei Zubov will be joining them next season.
The other top defenseman on that team was the rugged Hatcher, a player who probably best defined that era of the NHL and Stars hockey.
A physical, shutdown defenseman who was part of the backbone of the team's only Stanley Cup winning club. Detroit Red Wings: Henrik Zetterberg 40 You could make the argument that Zetterberg and Pavel Datsyuk should probably both get their numbers retired together given their importance between the and seasons.
They were the backbone of one of the league's best teams and among the best two-way players in the league during that time.
I will give Zetterberg the edge as the player who followed Nicklas Lidstrom as team captain and for his Conn Smythe winning performance.
Edmonton Oilers: Connor McDavid 97 McDavid is going to be the NHL's best and most dominant player for the next decade and beyond.
If the Oilers do not screw it up, he should help bring the Stanley Cup back to Edmonton at some point too. He will be with Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier and Paul Coffey among the franchise's all-time greats.
Florida Panthers: Pavel Bure 10 This might be a stretch because Bure spent only parts of four seasons in Florida, while several players have worn the number since he played there including currently Brett Connolly.
But there is no denying the impact Bure made. He was probably the most high-profile superstar to play for the Panthers and was the most dominant goal-scorer in the league during his time there.
He finished as the league's leading goal scorer twice and averaged 0. He did that during the lowest goal-scoring era in NHL history.
Just for perspective, the next highest goal per game average in the NHL during that stretch was Jaromir Jagr at 0. Los Angeles Kings: Anze Kopitar 11 Kopitar helped bring the Stanley Cup to Los Angeles during the season and then did it again two years later.
While Jonathan Quick, Justin Williams and Drew Doughty got most of the accolades for those championship runs, Kopitar was the best player on all of those teams and has been the best player on the team since making his debut.
He is one of the franchise icons for what he helped bring to Los Angeles. Minnesota Wild: Mikko Koivu 9 Technically the only retired number for the Wild is No.
When it comes to finally retiring a number for a player, Koivu seems like he will be at the top of the list. Score Distribution. Your Account Isn't Verified!
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