Bruins cornerstone to announce retirement from NHL soon

Bruins cornerstone to announce retirement from NHL soon

It has been quite a run for the former 2004 second-round pick. Through his NHL career, he has posted 231 goals and 555 assists in 1,032 regular-season games.


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