Briere retires after 17 seasons

NHL center Daniel Briere has announced his retirement from the NHL.

In his 17 seasons Danny Boy has played for 5 NHL teams since being drafted 24th by the Coyotes in the 1996 NHL Draft. Briere has seen action with the Coyotes, the Sabres, Flyers, Canadiens, and the Avalanche. 

When commented on his decision, Briere stated that he had been thinking about for the last several weeks. His motivation is to be with his three sons and wants to be involved with their lives now more than ever.

In these 17 seasons Daniel Briere has scored 307 goals and had 696 points in 973 regular-season games, and had 53 goals and 116 points in 124 Stanley Cup Playoff games. 

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Martin Brodeur retires

Today on January 27, 2015:

Longtime Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur will announce his retirement and will reportedly join the St. Louis Blue’s front office.

Broduer will retire after playing 21 seasons of which were played with the New Jersey Devils. He ends his career with NHL records of 691 wins and 125 shutouts. As well as 4 Vezina trophies, 2 Olympic gold medals, and 3 Stanley Cup victories.

In addition to his accomplishments, Broduer became one of the first goaltenders to utilize the Hybrid playing style of goalies.

Five Things To Do Within Five Years Of Retirement

In order to plan for a fulfilling retirement, consider taking these steps in the five years before you retire so you are transitioning toward retirement rather than away from working:

1. Plan to take extended vacations to your retirement destination to really get a feel for it in various seasons.

2. Don’t wait to make new connections.  

3. Re-ignite your hobbies.

4. Make home improvements while you are still working.

5. Update your financial plan. 

Start taking steps now to transition to retirement, not just financially but also socially and emotionally. This will give you a better chance of creating your dream retirement.