Jordin Tootoo, who played his final NHL season with the Blackhawks, announced his retirement from the league after 13 seasons.
He played most of his career with the Predators (2003-2012) and also spent time with the Red Wings (2012-14), Devils (14-16) and Blackhawks. He last played in the 2016-17 season, when he had two goals and an assist in 50 games with Chicago.
Tootoo had 65 goals, 96 assists and 1,010 penalty minutes in 723 NHL regular-season games and three goals, seven assists and 65 penalty minutes in 42 playoff games.
The 35-year-old from Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, announced his retirement Friday in Brandon, Manitoba, where he became a star with the Western Hockey League’s Wheat Kings. Tootoo scored 93 goals, 209 points and accumulated 874 minutes in penalties in 220 career games with Brandon.