Kings Defensemen Robyn Regehr Announces Retirement


Saturday afternoon the Los Angeles Kings played their last game of the 2014-2015 season, finishing with a 4-1 victory over the San Jose Sharks.

After the game Kings defensemen Robyn Regehr announced he will retire and not return to the NHL next year.

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Regehr played 67 games for the Kings this season, recording 3 goals, 10 assists, 13 points, a +10 plus/minus, and 45 penalty minutes.

Regehr has played 1,089 games in the NHL for three different NHL franchises: the Calgary Flames, Buffalo Sabres, and Los Angeles Kings.  Regehr played 10 seasons with the Flames, 2 with the Sabres and 3 with the Los Angeles Kings.

In his time in Los Angeles Regehr had 6 goals, 23 assists, 29 points, a +16 plus/minus rating, 93 penalty minutes, and 1 game-winning goal over 158 games.

Over his NHL career Regehr amassed 36 goals, 163 assists, 199 points, a +30 rating, 972 penalty minutes, 11 power-play goals, 1 short-handed goal, and 4 game-winners.

Regehr is 34-years-old and was set to become an unrestricted free-agent on April 19th.

Congratulations to Robyn Regehr on a successful NHL career, and his first Stanley Cup victory with the Kings in 2014.  Thank you Robyn Regehr for you time served on the L.A. Kings and your dedication to hockey in Los Angeles.  God bless you with success in life after hockey.

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Feb 16, 2015; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Kings defenseman Robyn Regehr (44) against the Tampa Bay Lightning at Staples Center. The Kings defeated the Lightning 3-2. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports