Former Detroit Red Wing greats Chris Osgood and Brendan Shanahan will be honored with inductions into the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame this Fall. They’ll join fellow inductees and former teammates Steve Yzerman, Sergei Fedorov, and Nicklas Lidstrom.
Brendan Shanahan scored 309 of his 656 career goals wearing the Winged Wheel and was an integral part of Detroit’s 1997, 1998, and 2002 Stanley Cup championships. He recently suited up for the Red Wings once again for the Alumni Game against the Colorado Avalanche as part of the NHL’s 2016 Stadium Series. It was just like old times, as he drove to the net and buried a rebound to light the lamp again.
Chris Osgood earned 317 of his 401 career wins with the Red Wings, and currently serves as a studio analyst for Fox Sports Detroit. He ranks second in Detroit history in wins, shutouts, and total minutes – only Terry Sawchuk is ahead of him.
The ceremony will be held at Max Fisher Music Theater in Detroit on September 9.