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Breaking: An NHL veteran with more than 1000 games announces his retirement

Published February 16, 2024 at 10:25
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In the NHL, Zach Parise has played 1,229 games and has been a depth option for many teams recently.

After a short stint with the New York Islanders, his career has come to a head as the tough questions arise.

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He has decided to retire at the end of the current NHL season, after giving it one more crack in Colorado.


Parise has played on multiple hockey teams since the 2000s-2010s, including the Minnesota Wild, and New Jersey Devils, which he led as a prolific former high-scoring player.



He has been a member of the Minnesota Wild, New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders, and Colorado Avalanche in his 18 seasons in the NHL.

Through his storied, but cupless career, the veteran forward scored 430 goals and 450 assists for 880 points.

It will be his last opportunity to win the Stanley Cup as the team is 33-17-4 in the Central Division and 2nd overall.

It seems likely he will be in the playoffs and will have a shot for a cup, if the team can keep it together, despite the multiple injuries piling up

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