Turris announced his retirement in August after recording 425 career points across in 776 NHL games.
It was last spring when Scott Tygard, president and executive director of the Miracle League of Music City, met Kyle Turris at a baseball park in Nashville.
When Ida Bjornstad first approached Julie Turris about starting a podcast to discuss the lives of hockey families outside the rink, Turris was apprehensive.
Not long after playing overtime hero for Ottawa in Game 5 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series against the New York Rangers, Turris was once again playing hero, this time in a suit, not a Senators sweater.
Kyle Turris brought the physicality and the scoring touch for the Ottawa Senators Saturday while putting away the 5-4 game-winner against the New York Rangers in yet another 2017 Stanley Cup playoff matchup decided by overtime.
Kyle Turris was excited to join the Senators and now he is focused on helping them achieve playoff success