Enforcers are becoming a very rare breed in the NHL these days, and one of the most notable from the last decade has decided to call it a career.
George Parros announced his retirement Friday, capping a nine-season career that started with the Kings and included a lengthy stint with the Ducks.
Parros, 34, was limited to 22 games last season after suffering two concussions while playing with the Montreal Canadiens. He failed to sign with a team after becoming an unrestricted free agent last summer.
"It’s been an honor to play in the greatest league in the world," Parros said in a statement. “I've had the most amazing support from all of the fans who have...