Cardiff Devils’ forward Leigh Salters has confirmed his retirement from the sport.
Salters enjoyed three successful seasons in the Elite League with Nottingham Panthers, Braehead Clan and the Devils, averaging a point per game from over 170 appearances.
He won the Challenge Cup with the Panthers in 2014 and added a Gardiner Conference title with the Clan in 2015. Last season Salters helped the Devils to the Erhardt Conference crown.
In our latest Twitter Talk feature, BIH takes a look at what people have been saying about Salters’ decision to hang up his skates:
— Cardiff Devils (@cardiffdevils) 14 April 2016
Sorry to hear about Leigh Salters’ retirement. Will always remember him for this from the 2014 Challenge Cup final. pic.twitter.com/UqkaYfCQjt
— PanthersFromTheVault (@PanthersFTV) April 14, 2016
— BritishHockeyFights (@HockeyFightsUK) 14 April 2016
Good luck to Leigh Salters in whatever you do next. A great player for us during his time at @BraeheadClan ! ???
— Chris Ward (@wawawawawardy) April 14, 2016
It’s a shame we didn’t really see the real Leigh Salters in Cardiff but injuries robbed us of that,good luck in the future and thank you.
— Jon Jones (@Batraven) 14 April 2016
So gutted to hear about Leigh Salters retiring, what a player!?? Best of luck to him for the future!?
— Robyn Auditore Nicol (@robynnicol3) 14 April 2016
— CM22 (@Watatoupai) April 14, 2016
(Image permission: Adrian Rapps)