Bill Guerin has made it official – he’s ending his NHL career. Guerin had a professional try-out with the Philadelphia Flyers this pre-season, but did not make the club. An injury during his tryout didn’t help Guerin, particularly considering he was trying to crack a line-up with good depth at forward.
Guerin put up respectable numbers last year, scoring 21 goals and tallying 45 for the Pittsburgh Penguins. Over his 18 year career Guerin spent time with the Devils, Oilers, Bruins, Stars, Blues, Sharks, Islanders and Penguins, playing in 1,263 games and notching 429 goals, 856 points, and 1,660 penalty minutes. He won two Stanley Cups, the first with the 1995 New Jersey Devils and the second with the Pittsburgh Penguins.