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Former Detroit Red Wings goalie Jimmy Howard lands new gig

According to his agent, former Detroit Red Wings goalie Jimmy Howard has landed a new gig. On Wednesday, Dan Milstein took to Twitter to announce that Howard has joined Gold Star Hockey as Director of Player Development. Congrats, Jimmy!. Jimmy Howard joins Gold Star Hockey as Director of Player Development....
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A lookback at the career of Jimmy Howard

The first of a line of NHL-caliber goaltenders to grace the University of Maine, Jimmy Howard and his run to the 2003-04 Frozen Four will live on in Black Bears history for the rest of time. After spending three years in Orono and cementing himself as the all-time leader in goals against average, save percentage and shutouts, the New York native was selected in the second round by the Detroit Red Wings in the 2003 NHL draft. Since then, Howard has completed an All-Star caliber career, spending his entire time in the NHL with one organization, the Red Wings.
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Former Red Wings goaltender Jimmy Howard at peace in retirement

Former Detroit Red Wings goaltender Jimmy Howard made the decision to officially hang up the pads after 14 seasons in the NHL, all spent with Detroit. He’s the third winningest goaltender in franchise history, behind only Chris Osgood and Terry Sawchuck. In 14 seasons, he compiled a 246-196-70 career record with a 2.62 goals-against average and 24 shutouts in 543 games.
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Former Red Wings goalie Jimmy Howard at peace, enjoying retirement from hockey

Detroit — Early in any conversation you get the sense Jimmy Howard is happy, content and greatly enjoying retirement. Howard, 37, was an unrestricted free agent last summer but was not brought back by the Red Wings, and he didn't have his heart set on playing anywhere else. As the...
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Former Red Wings goalie Jimmy Howard recalls favorite memories

Former Detroit Red Wings goaltender Jimmy Howard made the decision to officially hang up the pads after 14 seasons in the NHL, all spent with Detroit. He’s the third winningest goaltender in franchise history, behind only Chris Osgood and Terry Sawchuck. In 14 seasons, he compiled a 246-196-70 career record with a 2.62 goals-against average and 24 shutouts in 543 games.
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