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After 23 seasons in the NHL - all with a single team, the Detroit Red Wings, a feat few athletes in today's modern sport can match - Steve Yzerman has retired. Hockeytown's tough but much-beloved leader leaves as the franchise assist leader and second to Gordie Howe with career poits: 1,721. Who could have predicted when Steve became captain of the Red Wings in 1986 at the age of 21 that he would continue as the longest-serving captain in NHL history. And Yzerman did much more than lead by example: as captain, he powered his Red Wings to three Stanley Cup championships, in 1997, 1998 and 2002. Celebrate the amazing career of The Captain in this full-color pictorial keepsake published by Hockeytown's most informed newspaper, the Detroit Free Press.