Goalie Lalime retires after 12 seasons

Veteran goaltender Patrick Lalime retired on Wednesday after
playing for five teams across 12 seasons.

Lalime, 37, who played in 444 games and finished with a
200-174-48 record, will become an analyst on Ottawa Senators
television broadcasts. He played five seasons in Ottawa, and last
played with Buffalo in seven games last season.

He has a career 2.58 goals-against average and a .905 save
percentage. He also played for Chicago, St. Louis and
Pittsburgh.

In 2002-03, the Quebec native won 39 games and led Ottawa to the
Eastern Conference finals, where the Senators lost to New Jersey in
seven games.