Red Wings legend Lindsay dies at 93

Ted Lindsay, a hockey Hall of Fame member and a founder of the NHL Players Association, has died at 93.A left wing, Lindsay played 17 years in the NHL – 14 of them in Detroit, where he was a member of four Stanley Cup-winning teams. Around the league, he was known for being an enforcer on the ice, earning the nickname “Terrible Ted.”His son-in-law confirmed his death Monday morning to the Detroit News.With the Red Wings, he joined Gordie Howe and center Sid Abel on what was known as the Production Line.A native of Renfrew, Ontario, Lindsay signed with Detroit in 1944 at age 19 and played there until 1957. With the Red Wings, he appeared in 862 games, scoring 728 points (335 goals, 393 assists). He won the Art Ross Trophy in 1949-50 when he led the league in scoring with 78 points.