Forward Martin Havlat announced his retirement from professional hockey on Wednesday.
After 14 seasons in the NHL, he’s calling it a career. Havlat has 594 points in 790 career games with the Senators, Blackhawks, Wild, Sharks and the Blues.
His best season was in 08-09, when he had 77 points in 81 games. Havlat was known for being injury-prone, but was always a talented player on the ice.
We wish him the best.