NHL star defenseman, free agent P.K. Subban, 33, announces retirement

P.K. Subban announced on Tuesday his retirement from the NHL following 13 seasons played between the Montreal Canadiens, Nashville Predators and New Jersey Devils.

The defenseman suited up in 834 career games, with 115 goals and 467 points. He revealed “the end of this chapter” to his career in an Instagram post.

“I remember my dreams of playing in the NHL and winning a Stanley Cup,” Subban wrote, “similar to the guys on the Don Cherry Rock’em Sock’em tapes at the end of every volume, with the…

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