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Patrick Marleau Press Conference Recap

On Tuesday, May 10, legendary San Jose Shark, Patrick Marleau announced his retirement from the NHL after 23 seasons. Marleau's retirement news came via his Players' Tribune article titled, "Thank you, hockey". A press conference was held at SAP Center where fans, coaches, staff, players, and Marleau's family gathered to...
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Watch: Mic'd Up: Patrick Marleau

We mic'd up Patrick Marleau the night he broke the NHL all-time record for most games played. ----------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the Sharks on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxQ6... Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SanJoseSharks Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sanjosesharks Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SanJoseSharks Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@sanjosesharks.
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San Jose Sharks fan favorite Patrick Marleau Officially Retires

SAN JOSE  —  For 23 seasons, Patrick Marleau woke up each day preparing to play hockey and that helped him eventually break Gordie Howe's record for most games played in the NHL.After a difficult year away from the game hoping another team would call and offer him a chance, Marleau announced his retirement Tuesday, ending a career that featured a record 1,779 games, 566 goals, two Olympic gold medals and nearly every significant San Jose Sharks record."It's been hard," Marleau said about his first season away from the game he started playing as a 3-year-old in Saskatchewan. "I've played this...
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San Jose Sharks great Patrick Marleau retires after 23 seasons

Patrick Marleau is officially hanging up his skates. The 42-year-old announced his retirement from hockey Tuesday, closing the book on a 23-year career spent between San Jose, Toronto and Pittsburgh. Through 1,779 games, Marleau amassed 566 goals and 1,197 points, while adding another 72 goals and 127 points in 195 postseason contests.
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Sharks Legend Patrick Marleau Announces Retirement

SAN JOSE, CA - Patrick Marleau, a San Jose Sharks legend and one of the top players in the history of the National Hockey League, today announced his retirement from the game after a 23-year career. From humble beginnings as a boy growing up in Humboldt, Sask, Marleau ascended to...
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Patrick Marleau announces retirement from hockey

“It’s bittersweet for sure, but I have so much to look forward to,” said Marleau in his Players’ Tribune article. “Who knows what the world has in store for me.”. Marleau played in the NHL for 23 seasons, mostly with the San Jose Sharks, who selected him second overall in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft. He signed with the Toronto Maple Leafs later in his career, and during his second stint with the Sharks, the team dealt him to the Pittsburgh Penguins at the trade deadline.
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Patrick Marleau, NHL all-time leader in games played, announces retirement

NHL veteran Patrick Marleau announced his retirement Tuesday, ending a career that saw him suit up for a record 1,779 career regular-season games over his 23-season career. The 42-year-old from Aneroid, Sask., made the announcement in an article on The Players' Tribune. Marleau last played in the 2020-21 season, when...
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Looking at the legacy of Leafs legend Patrick Marleau

Patrick Marleau’s retirement announcement made me reflect on a couple of things. First, how old I truly am. Marleau was one of the few players in the league who were older than me. I am old. That truth hurts and this was yet another reminder of that. The other...
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NHL world reacts to Patrick Marleau announcement

For 21 years, no one represented the San Jose Sharks like Patrick Marleau. Now, after 23 NHL seasons, the 42-year-old is hanging up his skates and officially retiring. Marleau made the announcement with a post in The Players Tribune. “Today, I announce my retirement from hockey, ” wrote Marleau. “It’s...
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Sharks Legend Patrick Marleau Officially Retires After 23 NHL Seasons

Marleau calls it a career, retires after 23 NHL seasons originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea. The greatest player in Sharks history is calling it a career. After 23 seasons in the NHL, Patrick Marleau officially announced his retirement Tuesday morning in an essay he penned in the Player's Tribune.
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