Earlier this season, Detroit Red Wings goaltender Jimmy Howard signed a two-year deal to keep him in Detroit.
The question on the minds of Wings fans is: "who will the Wings would sign to be his back-up?"
Earlier today, Chris Osgood, former back-up goaltender and mentor of Howard, removed himself from contention of the title of Detroit's back-up goaltender as he officially retired from the NHL, hanging up the skates after 16 seasons.
Osgood, one of the all time great goaltenders was also suspect to porous goaltending at times, letting in bad goals randomly such as this one.
He is also one of only nine NHL goalies to score a goal in an NHL game.
This article will go through some of the goalies that Red Wings GM Ken Holland has to replace Osgood as a back-up goaltender next season.