"There's no truth to him retiring," Holmgren said.
Holmgren told the Inquirer that Pronger is still experiencing headaches, but still plans to return to the NHL next season after dealing with a serious concussion that limited him to 13 games this past season.
Fans on Facebook and Twitter sparked a rumor that Pronger is retiring after several of them saw a moving van outside his house in Haddonfield, New Jersey. But Holmgren said Pronger was simply visiting St. Louis due to an illness in his wife's family.
The 37-year old Pronger has played in 1,167 games over an 18-year NHL career that began in 1993 with the Hartford Whalers. He has scored 157 goals and 548 assists for 698 career points.
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