A veteran of 1,108 games played, Hal Gill has announced his retirement from the NHL after 16 seasons
Forward played in 1,260 career games and reached the Stanley Cup Final twice
George Parros announced his retirement today from the National Hockey League (NHL) after playing nine NHL seasons.
Finnish native is a veteran of 1,124 NHL games and a four-time Olympian
Poti, an All-Star defenceman and Olympic silver medalist, played in 824 career NHL games with the Oilers, Rangers, Islanders and Capitals
Two-time Stanley Cup champion Jay Pandolfo announced his retirement from the NHL today after 15 NHL season and 899 career games.
The Czech Republic native leaves the game after 16 seasons where he totaled 765 points in 1,108 games played
Veteran of 1,023 games played with the Ottawa Senators, New York Rangers, St. Louis Blues & Boston Bruins, as well as making his mark internationally with Canada
Stanley Cup Champion with Tampa Bay in 2004 played in 970 games, between four different teams, over a 13-year career
Stanley Cup champion played in 915 career games with the St. Louis Blues, Toronto Maple Leafs, Calgary Flames, San Jose Sharks and Chicago Blackhawks
Veteran defenceman of 1,108 games scored in his first career regular season game, playoff game & All-Star Game – each time on his first shot
…Stanley Cup-winning goal scorer played in 1,244 NHL Games
Always a popular personality around the league, Martin Biron is moving on from the NHL after 16 seasons
…former first-overall draft pick played in 1,395 NHL Games
Mathieu Darche announced his retirement this week and immediately received messages of support from players & fans
Veteran winger calls it a career after 14 seasons with Edmonton, Washington, San Jose & Buffalo.
Chris Drury announced his retirement today from the National Hockey League (NHL) following a 12-year career.
Andrew Peters, a veteran of six NHL seasons officially announced his retirement today from the National Hockey League
Mathieu Dandenault, a veteran of 13 NHL seasons and a three-time Stanley Cup winner, officially announced his retirement today.
Aaron Ward, a veteran of more than 13 NHL seasons, 17 seasons in professional hockey, and a three-time Stanley Cup winner, announced his retirement today.