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Former Rangers star Marian Gaborik announces retirement

Former Rangers star Marian Gaborik announced his retirement from hockey on social media Thursday. Gaborik, who hadn’t played since the 2017-18 season, had been under contract through the end of last season thanks to a seven-year, $34.125 million deal signed in 2014. He was placed on injured reserve following surgery to repair a herniated disk in 2018 while with the Senators, and his rights were traded to the Lightning last year.
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Stanley Cup Champion Marian Gaborik officially announces retirement from NHL

LA Kings alum Marian Gaborik formally announced his retirement from the National Hockey League this morning. Gaborik played in 228 games with the Kings organization and was a Stanley Cup champion in 2014, after he was acquired during the season. Gaborik led all players with 14 goals during the 2014 postseason, winning his first championship at the NHL level. Throughout his time with the Kings, Gaborik netted 61 goals and 120 points.
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Only Cruel Fate Kept Marian Gaborik From Becoming a Hall of Famer

According to multiverse theory, there must be at least one universe somewhere in which Marian Gaborik also retired today. Only in that timeline split, Gaborik announces he’s hanging up his skates after a brilliant and long 21-year career. He’s second only to Alex Ovechkin in goals scored since the 2000-01 season and a no-doubt Hall of Famer.
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New York Rangers: Former top scorer Marian Gaborik retires

Gaborik played parts of four seasons with the Rangers and was one of the most prolific scorers of the team’s new century endeavors. Former New York Rangers scorer Marian Gaborik announced his retirement on Thursday, ending a 17-year NHL career. Gaborik spent parts of four seasons on Broadway, earning 229 points (114 goals, 115 assists) over 255 games. He also added 13 points in two playoff appearances (25 games).
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Marian Gaborik announces retirement after 1,035 NHL games

TORONTO (Nov. 4) Through the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) Marian Gaborik has officially announced his retirement from the National Hockey League (NHL) today following 1,035 regular-season games in 17 seasons. Born in Trencin, Slovakia, Gaborik scored 407 goals and accumulated 408 assists for a total of 815 regular-season...
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