Dallas Stars’ Brenden Morrow, left, gets a handshake from former Stars Mike Modano, right, as current Stars Jamie Benn watches after Morrow’s retirement news conference Thursday. Morrow is retiring after a 15-year career that started and ended with trips to the Stanley Cup finals, but without a title. He’ll retire with the franchise that drafted him and where he spent his first 12-plus seasons.
Dallas Stars’ Brenden Morrow, left, gets a handshake from former Stars Mike Modano, right, as current Stars Jamie Benn watches after Morrow’s retirement news conference Thursday. Morrow is retiring after a 15-year career that started and ended with trips to the Stanley Cup finals, but without a title. He’ll retire with the franchise that drafted him and where he spent his first 12-plus seasons. LM Otero AP
Dallas Stars’ Brenden Morrow, left, gets a handshake from former Stars Mike Modano, right, as current Stars Jamie Benn watches after Morrow’s retirement news conference Thursday. Morrow is retiring after a 15-year career that started and ended with trips to the Stanley Cup finals, but without a title. He’ll retire with the franchise that drafted him and where he spent his first 12-plus seasons. LM Otero AP

Brenden Morrow retires with Dallas Stars after 15-year career

March 17, 2016 04:45 PM