Future Hall of Fame defenseman Scott Stevens retired on Tuesday after 22 seasons in the NHL. Stevens spent the 1990-1991 season with the St. Louis Blues and made quite an impact, scoring five goals and dishing out 44 assists. His assist total was third on the team behind Adam Oates, who had 90 and Brett Hull who had 45.
Stevens, who has played more games than any other NHL defenseman, scored 196 goals and had 712 assists in his career. He also played with Washington and New Jersey, winning three Stanley Cups with the Devils. He was a13-time All-Star.
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