Major Loss for Bruins Rival as Key Player Retires Due To Injury

Published October 9, 2023 at 12:16
The Toronto Maple Leafs, rivals of the Boston Bruins, are saying goodbye to defenseman Jake Muzzin, who has officially retired from professional hockey. Muzzin, who suffered a career-threatening injury towards the end of the regular season, will now take on a role as a pro scout within the Maple Leafs' organization.

Muzzin joined the Maple Leafs in January 2019 via a trade with the Los Angeles Kings. Over his career spanning 683 regular season games between Los Angeles and Toronto, he accumulated an impressive 294 points, with 69 goals and 225 assists. In the playoffs, he contributed significantly, amassing 28 points from 11 goals and 17 assists across 72 games.

Muzzin's achievements extend beyond the NHL, including winning the 2014 Stanley Cup with the Los Angeles Kings and helping Canada secure gold medals at the 2015 IIHF World Championship and the 2016 World Cup of Hockey.

As Jake Muzzin begins his new journey as a pro scout, his impact on the sport and his legacy will be remembered by fans and the teams he represented throughout his career.

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