Pierre LeBrun 17-year NHL veteran Paul Stastny has announced he is retiring from the NHL.
“I haven’t submitted any papers yet, but we decided in September that this was the end of it,” Stastny said in an interview with LeBron. The athlete.
“I still haven’t posted anything on social media. I came to the league without making much noise and I’ll leave the same way. »
– Pierre LeBrun (@PierreVLeBrun)
October 31, 2023
Stastny played last season with the Carolina Hurricanes, scoring nine goals and providing 13 assists in 73 games.
The forward was selected in the second round by the Colorado Avalanche in 2005, 44th overall.
The Quebec City native played 1,145 games in the NHL. He played for the Avalanche, Hurricanes, St. Louis Blues, Winnipeg Jets and Vegas Golden Knights.
During his career at Pitman, Stastny collected 293 goals and 822 points.
During his career, Stastny set a record with a streak of 20 consecutive games with at least one point in 2006-07, a rookie record. That season, he finished just behind Evgeni Malkin in the Calder Cup.
At the international level, he represented the United States in the 2013 World Championships, where he won a bronze medal. He also won a silver medal in the 2014 Olympics.
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