Henrik Zetterberg, affectionately known as "Hank," had a storied career with the Detroit Red Wings in the National Hockey League (NHL). Joining the team in 2002, he quickly became a cornerstone of the franchise. Zetterberg's versatility, leadership, and offensive prowess made him a fan favorite and earned him the captaincy in 2013. He played a pivotal role in Detroit's 2008 Stanley Cup championship, contributing with clutch goals and tenacious two-way play. Unfortunately, persistent back issues forced him to retire prematurely in 2018, ending an illustrious career in which he solidified his status as one of the Red Wings' all-time greats.