Retired Dallas Stars center Mike Modano is on a Caribbean honeymoon after marrying professional golfer Allison Micheletti in a ceremony in Texas.
Mike Modano made his mark long before he and the Minnesota North Stars relocated to Dallas and brought hockey to the Sun Belt.
Retired hockey star Mike Modano and actress Willa Ford have decided to end their five-year marriage.
During a news conference Friday in Dallas to formally announce his retirement, Modano will sign a one-day contract that will list an honorary amount of $999,999 for the No. 9 he wore during his franchise-record 1,459 games over 20 seasons with the Stars.
Mike Modano removed any suspense (ok, there was very little) from his playing future by announcing his retirement on Wednesday.
The Wings have officially started their summer break and by the feeling on Saturday afternoon nobody was too pleased about it.
If you look at tonight’s game 6 between the Wings and Sharks, both teams will be putting new players on the ice.
Tigers have won their last 3, and 6 of 8. Rick Porcello is on the mound against lefty Francisco Liriano, who in his last start threw a no-hitter against the White Sox.
The Wings are getting prepared for a third elimination game in their series with the Sharks and we now know that where will be changes to each teams lineups.
Jeff Riger down at the Red Wings morning skate has reported that Mike Babcock has officially announced Mike Modano will replace Johan Franzen in tonight’s game 6 against San Jose.