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On an overcast March Thursday in Dallas, former Stars captain Brenden Morrow announced his retirement.
With team president Jim Lites at his side, Morrow signed a one-day contract with the club in order to retire as a Dallas Star.
It was only fitting that Morrow should formally end his playing career in the city where it began, way back in the fall of 1999.
The left wing spent the first twelve-and-a-half of his fifteen NHL seasons with Dallas, and half of that time as team captain.
With the Stars, he also experienced the incredible thrill of skating on a line with his boyhood idol, Brett Hull.
In his final season (2014-15), he played for the Tampa Bay Lightning, who came up short against the Chicago Blackhawks in another six-game Stanley Cup Final.
Longtime coach Ken Hitchcock was his first NHL coach on the Stars. NHL left winger best known for his time with the Dallas Stars from 1999 to 2013.
In 1997, he was selected 25th overall in the NHL Draft by the Stars.
Thursday night, Morrow will be honored in a ceremony prior to the puck drop in Dallas, where the Stars host the Lightning. In time, the former Star should be able to embrace the beautiful symmetry, if not the imperfection.
Hopefully, he’ll look back on his career with nothing but fond memories, embracing it the way Stars fans embraced him.
He and Anne-Marie have two daughters named Bryelle and Mallory and a son named Brody.