17-year Veteran Reportedly Retiring

Published August 8, 2023 at 12:57

Some important news have emerged earlier today as Frank Seravalli, a well-known insider, reported on Daily Faceoff.

Veteran of 1145 Games Retires

After 17 remarkable years, Paul Stastny has decided to hang up his skates, according to Seravalli.

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

We can expect an official announcement regarding his retirement before the puck drops on the next NHL season.


Stastny's Journey in the NHL

Following in the footsteps of his legendary father, Peter Stastny, Paul has built an impressive legacy of his own. He played in 1145 games, wearing the jerseys of the Avalanche, the Blues, the Jets, the Golden Knights, and the Hurricanes. He tallied 822 points, including 293 goals, over the span of 17 years.

Wondering what's next for Stastny? Is there a chance he'll be back in the NHL, but as a coach or in a management position?

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17-year Veteran Reportedly Retiring

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