Matt Cullen announces retirement

by Brendan Ballantyne | Thu, Jul 11th 5:29am EDT

After 21 seasons, Matt Cullen officially announced his retirement from the NHL. He recorded 266 goals, 465 assists for 731 points over 1516 games. He added 132 more games played in the playoffs. (TSN.ca)

Fantasy Impact:

The 42-year-old officially hangs them up after having spent half of his life as a player in the NHL. It's been even longer in the NHL circle when you consider he was drafted by Mighty Ducks of Anaheim back in 1996. He never managed to eclipse the 50-point plateau in the regular season, but he still played a role in three separate Stanley Cup championships during long career.

Category: Transactions | More Matt Cullen: News, Rankings, Stats


What's your take? Leave a comment