Detroit Red Wings legend Ted Lindsay has passed away.
Several news media outlets in Detroit are reporting that Lindsay died overnight at the age of 93 while in hospice care in Oakland Township, Michigan. "He was a man of many firsts".
Ovechkin was one of the many people from the National Hockey League to honor Lindsay following his death. "In Detroit, he was a civic icon".
Lindsay, known as "Terrible Ted", scored more than 800 points during his incredible 17-year career and won the Stanley Cup four times.
Lindsay was inducted into the NHL Hall of Fame back in 1966.
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Lindsay served as captain of the Red Wings from 1952-1956 and had his No. 7 retired by the team in 1991.
Marc Crawford, the Ottawa Senators interim coach, shared about Lindsay's contribution both as a player and as a Red Wings coach and executive. "That's the way hockey should be played". In 1,068 career regular-season games he recorded 851 points.
Lindsay was a nine-time All-Star and one of the game's best left wings.
"We are comforted in knowing that the Ted Lindsay legacy will forever be a part of history and are so proud of the many lives he helped change for the better through his tireless humanitarian work", the family said in its statement.