Breaking: Former Winnipeg Jets Player Officially Retires

Published October 31, 2023 at 8:42 PM
BY TRAVIS NEIL
     
BREAKING a former Jets forward has just called it a career, after contract offers disappointed him.

Stastny Retires After 17 Seasons



It was announced today by TSN Insider Pierre LeBrun that Paul Stastny has retired at the age of 37.

Paul Stastny has decided to retire after 17 NHL seasons. But I suspect it's not the last we've seen of him in hockey. My interview with Stastny for ⁦
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Paul Stastny has decided to retire after 17 NHL seasons. But I suspect it's not the last we've seen of him in hockey.

Paul Stastny is the son of legendary NHLer Peter Stastny and was a Jets forward for the 2017-18 season as well as a two year stint from 2020-22.

During his 17 year career, Stastny collected 822 points and was a top 6 center for many teams during his career. He played 1145 NHL games with the Colorado Avalnche, St. Louis. Blues, Winnipeg Jets, Vegas Golden Knights, and Carolina Hurricanes.

We wish him all the best in retirement, and potentially see him back in the NHL as a coach or as a member of management.

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