BREAKING: Long-time veteran of 800+ games announces his RETIREMENT

Published March 22, 2023 at 3:09 PM

Brian Boyle, a professional ice hockey player hailing from Hingham, Massachusetts, has officially retired from the sport after an impressive 14-year career, comprising 871 games. The 6-foot-6 center was drafted by the Los Angeles Kings in 2003, as the 26th overall pick.

During his career, Boyle played for eight different teams in the National Hockey League (NHL), including the Kings, New York Rangers, Tampa Bay Lightning, Toronto Maple Leafs, New Jersey Devils, Nashville Predators, Florida Panthers, and Pittsburgh Penguins.

Boyle's contributions to his teams were significant, scoring a total of 141 goals and assisting in 111 more. He also amassed 615 penalty minutes, demonstrating his physical prowess and aggressive play style.

Despite his achievements and impressive statistics, Boyle's retirement marks the end of a legendary career. He gained respect and admiration from fans and fellow players, making him a well-respected figure in the world of professional ice hockey. His legacy will undoubtedly be remembered for a long time, and he will be missed on the ice.

March 22   |   16 answers
BREAKING: Long-time veteran of 800+ games announces his RETIREMENT

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