Daniel Alfredsson was the face of the Ottawa Senators for almost two decades. The Gothenburg, Sweden native holds countless Senators records set during his 17 seasons playing for Ottawa and has a decorated international career.
Alfredsson on Thursday announced his retirement from professional hockey.
Here are some key dates as we look back at No. 11:
June 29, 1994 -- Selected in the sixth round (No. 133) of the NHL Draft by the Ottawa Senators.
Oct. 7, 1995 -- Made his NHL debut, getting his first point (an assist) in a 3-1 loss to the Buffalo Sabres.