It’s the greatest honour any sports team can bestow upon any player – retire his number and hang it from the rafters in their home arena.
The Oshawa Generals have had a long and glorious history in junior hockey since the team’s inception more than 70 years ago, with more than 150 players being drafted in the National Hockey League, and about the same number of players having played at least one game in the NHL.
There have been many great, great players to wear the Generals uniform over the years, but to date, there have been just three players who have had the ultimate honour of having had their jerseys retired and hung from the rafters.
Click below for more information on the four legendary players who have earned the ultimate honour from the Oshawa Generals.
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