Multiple Stanley Cup Winner Calls It a Career Due to Injuries

Published August 30, 2023 at 4:41 PM

Two-Time Stanley Cup Champion Retires


Carl Hagelin, a seasoned player with an impressive 700-game track record and the distinction of being a two-time Stanley Cup champion, has chosen to conclude his hockey journey.

In a recent announcement, the hockey world received the news of Carl Hagelin's retirement, attributed to the challenges posed by persistent injury issues. Over the course of his illustrious career, Hagelin's presence graced the rosters of prominent teams such as the Rangers, Ducks, Penguins, Kings, and Capitals. Notably, his time with the Penguins where he was a part of consecutive Stanley Cup victories in 2016 and 2017.

Renowned for his remarkable speed on the ice, Hagelin frequently demonstrated his prowess as a penalty-killing specialist. Beyond his offensive contributions, he carved out a reputation as a great defender, exemplifying a rare blend of attributes.

As his journey draws to a close, Hagelin's career statistics encompass 110 goals and a cumulative total of 296 points. As he transitions into retirement, the hockey community extends our best wishes to him for the future.

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Multiple Stanley Cup Winner Calls It a Career Due to Injuries

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