Michael Peca has retired from hockey after a 13 year career.
Former Sudbury Wolves and Ottawa 67's forward Michael Peca has retired from the NHL as a free agent after 13 seasons. A second round pick, 40th overall, by the Vancouver Canucks Peca played just 37 games as a Canuck before being traded to Buffalo as part of the Alexandre Mogilny deal. I think we would have rather kept Peca based on what kind of player he turned into.
Peca was a two time Selke winner and an Olympic gold medalist as well as captaining the Sabres to the Stanley Cup finals. Peca finishes his career with 176 goals and 465 points in 864 career games. He also had 34 points in an impressive 97 career playoff games. This clip should warm the hearts of all Canucks fans.
Bonus points if you recognize the voices in the clip....