Why the Montreal Canadiens should retire Saku Koivu’s No. 11

By Ken Campbell

Former captain Saku Koivu never won a Stanley Cup with the Montreal Canadiens like so many of their great players from the past did, but that should not tarnish his legacy. He is as beloved as any of the team's past stars and he was just as classy and dignified as they were. More

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