LATEST | Long-time NHL forward reportedly retiring after 17 seasons

Published August 8, 2023 at 10:10

On Monday's edition of DFO Rundown, Frank Seravalli talked about a number of topics in the NHL, including about some players who are still unrestricted free agents.

Seravalli said that he heard that one of those unrestricted free agents, Paul Stastny, is reportedly retiring from the National Hockey League after 17 seasons.

"I thought I saw Stastny mention somewhere that he's retiring"

Stastny, 37, was drafted in the second round (44th overall) by the Colorado Avalanche in 2005 and went on to play eight seasons with them before being signing with the St. Louis Blues as an unrestricted free agent in 2014.

The Quebec City native also made stops with the Winnipeg Jets (two separate stints), Vegas Golden Knights and Carolina Hurricanes.

In 1,145 career games, Stastny recorded 822 points (293 goals, 529 assists), 500 penalty minutes and was a plus-54. He also contributed 73 points in 118 Stanley Cup Playoff games.

If this is the end of the road for Paul Stastny, congratulations on a great career in the National Hockey League and all the best in retirement!

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