ICE HOCKEY - Swedish ice hockey player Nicklas Lidström announced his retirement this week at the age of 42. The defenseman spent his whole NHL career at the Detroit Red Wings and put up quite remarkable numbers, almost certainly assuring his spot in the Hockey Hall of Fame as soon as he will be eligible. Lidström won his first career prize claiming gold at the 1991 World Championship, right before joining the Red Wings twenty seasons ago. All other awards – and he has received many – he achieved after moving to “Hockeytown”. Here’s a look at some of the feats he has achieved in his impressive career.