Zdena Chara is leaving the NHL
Bowl on Instagram: “After 25 seasons of professional hockey, 1,680 NHL regular season games, 200 Stanley Cup playoff games and hundreds of international games, I am proud to announce my decision to retire from the National Hockey League. That being said, I am honored to return to TD Garden today to sign a one-day contract with the Boston Bruins and officially end my career with the team that has meant so much to me and my family. There are so many people who have helped contribute to my success, including all of you, and I look forward to being able to properly thank everyone this afternoon.
Sports network: Some career numbers.
Norris Trophy (2008–09)
Stanley Cup (2010-11)
1,680 games (most all-time D-man)
70 points in 200 playoff games
Evan Raval: “Zdena Chara was such a unique player that teams spent almost two decades trying to find their Chara. However, he was one of a kind. Ottawa lost the Stanley Cup by drafting Redden over Chara when both became UFAs. Boston broke the bank.”
PK Subban is retiring from the NHL
Thank you! pic.twitter.com/rpyePEKvyG
— PK Subban (@PKSubban1) September 20, 2022
Don cherry impression pic.twitter.com/1JpQCRg9G2
— Carter (@nhlstroll) September 20, 2022
Keith Yandle is retiring from the NHL
“I’m retiring from the game of hockey … I’m going to take my talents to South Beach and do nothing.”
Our guy Keith Yandle joined us to officially announce his retirement from the NHL. A true legend in every aspect of the word.
— Spittin’ Chiclets (@spittinchiclets) September 20, 2022
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The defenseman is coming off the longest Ironman streak in NHL history after hitting 989 consecutive games between March 26, 2009 and March 29, 2022.#NHLStats: https://t.co/6dDb8irF4c pic.twitter.com/5iDpPiylA9
— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) September 20, 2022