On August 24, 2010, Aaron Ward announced his retirement from the National Hockey League. Ward is a veteran of more than 13 NHL seasons, 17 seasons in professional hockey, and a three-time Stanley Cup winner. \
AaronWard.com Congratulates Aaron Ward on his career and wishes him best of luck in his future endeavors.
"I'm very proud to have played for as long as I did in the NHL, with and against the best players in the game," said Ward. "This game has left me with countless memories and relationships, especially from those Stanley Cup winning teams in Carolina and Detroit. Thank you to my family, fans, friends and teammates for all of the great years." ...more
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"Since he was about to admit to an act of theft, Aaron Ward wanted to make sure he chose his words carefully. A puck had been stolen at the end of a National Hockey League post-season game, so he knew the consequences of his admission."
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Veteran NHL defenseman Aaron Ward, who often paired effectively with Zdeno Chara during his stay in the Hub, doesn't sound as if he's ready to pull on a uniform again any time soon. via Bruins Blog