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Veteran centre Pierre Turgeon retires after 19-year NHL career

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The 38-year-old was limited to only 17 games last season with the Colorado Avalanche because of groin and calf injuries. Turgeon was an unrestricted free agent. He had 515 goals and 1,327 points in 1,294 career games.

Turgeon won the Lady Byng Trophy for sportmanship and gentlemanly conduct while playing for the New York Islanders in 1993.

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