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Former Wings star, Livonia native Mike Modano marries pro golfer

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A photo from Allison Micheletti's Twitter account shows her and Modano together in the Hamptons earlier this year. A photo from Allison Micheletti's Twitter account shows her and Modano together in the Hamptons earlier this year.
DALLAS (AP) -

Retired Detroit Red Wings center Mike Modano is on a Caribbean honeymoon after marrying professional golfer Allison Micheletti in a ceremony in Texas.

A Dallas Stars spokesman says the 43-year-old Modano and the 24-year-old Micheletti got married Sunday at the Hotel Joule in Dallas. The couple is honeymooning on the island of St. Bart's.

This is the second marriage for Modano, whose five-year marriage to actress/model Willa Ford ended a year ago. Micheletti is the daughter of former NHL player Joe Micheletti, who is now an analyst on New York Rangers telecasts.

Modano is the highest-scoring American-born player in NHL history with 561 goals and 1,374 points.

He spent 21 years with the Stars in Minnesota and Dallas before retiring after one season with Detroit.

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