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Sad but True: NHL's Greatest Defenceman Retires at Age 33

P.K. Subban announces retirement at age 33 after 13 NHL seasons thi is the last season 

Three legendary defensemen ,two award winners and a record holder ,have announced their retirement from the NHL.

The 33-year-old Toronto native played 13 games with the Montreal Canadiens, Nashville Predators and New Jersey Devils.


Subban has 115 goals and 467 points in 824 regular season games. The 43rd pick in the 2007 NHL Draft added 62 points (18 goals, 44 assists) in 96 postseason games.


Subban, who is a free agent this summer, has been on TV in the past and revealed new opportunities in his retirement.

I never looked at myself and felt like I was 'just a hockey player.I always think of myself as a hockey player. Having this mindset allowed me to enjoy every change as if it were my last, to make every goal with emotion, and to play every game like a payer watching me who and -I have never seen myself play.