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Chris Kunitz signs autographs for fans during the Pittsburgh Penguins victory parade on Wednesday, June 14, 2017. pic.twitter.com/PyypVzb469. We've sent an email with instructions to create a new password. He also appeared in one all-star game and won an Olympic gold medal with Canada in 2014.
"Secondly, I’d like to thank the owners, coaches, trainers, management. Kunitz recorded 169 goals and 388 points in 569 regular-season games in eight-plus seasons. We’ll give you the latest news when it becomes available, or feel free to add some more selections to your settings.
By screening submissions, we provide a space where readers can share intelligent and informed commentary that enhances the quality of our news and information. After 15 seasons in the NHL, Chris Kunitz announced his retirement on Tuesday and joined the Blackhawks organization as a player development adviser.
He was claimed by the Atlanta and played two games with the Thrashers before being waived again and reclaimed by the Ducks. Before joining the Penguins, Kunitz also played with the Anaheim Ducks (2003-05, 2005-09), winning the Stanley Cup in 2007.
Terms of Service. Chris Kunitz was just born to be a winner. Blackhawks forward Chris Kunitz announced his retirement after 15 NHL seasons. Select additional sports and leagues you’re interested in from the list below.
Forward Chris Kunitz announced his retirement following 15 seasons in the @NHL. We follow the same standards for taste as the daily newspaper. Don't miss out - sign up for our newsletters! As far as what Kunitz will miss the most about his playing career, winning four Stanley Cups certainly sticks out. Your love for the game, the team and the community was exemplified daily. “He’s the ultimate teammate for a lot of different reasons: the way he treats people, the way he handles himself, the way he plays every single night,” Crosby said. Tuesday, Kunitz and the Blackhawks announced that the 39-year-old is retiring from the NHL following a 15-season career.
“I feel very fortunate to have been a part of four amazing organizations over the last 15 years,” Kunitz said in a press release. Kunitz, 39, played for the Anaheim Ducks, Pittsburgh Penguins, Tampa Bay Lightning and Blackhawks, winning four Stanley Cups (one with the Ducks and three with the Penguins).