Former San Jose Sharks forward Owen Nolan, center, receives a jersey from teammates Patrick Marleau, right, and Joe Thornton, left, during a news conference in San Jose, Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2012, announcing Nolan's retirement as a professional NHL hockey player. Nolan believes his team’s depth is a key to its first Stanley Cup Final appearance.
Former San Jose Sharks forward Owen Nolan, center, receives a jersey from teammates Patrick Marleau, right, and Joe Thornton, left, during a news conference in San Jose, Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2012, announcing Nolan's retirement as a professional NHL hockey player. Nolan believes his team’s depth is a key to its first Stanley Cup Final appearance. Paul Sakuma The Associated Press
Former San Jose Sharks forward Owen Nolan, center, receives a jersey from teammates Patrick Marleau, right, and Joe Thornton, left, during a news conference in San Jose, Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2012, announcing Nolan's retirement as a professional NHL hockey player. Nolan believes his team’s depth is a key to its first Stanley Cup Final appearance. Paul Sakuma The Associated Press

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