Pandolfo calls it a career

Updated: 1/30 2:33 pm

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Toronto, ON (SportsNetwork.com) - Jay Pandolfo, a two-time Stanley Cup winner with the New Jersey Devils, has announced his retirement.

Pandolfo spent 13 of his 15 NHL seasons with the Devils, winning Cup titles in 2000 and 2003. He also played for the New York Islanders and Boston Bruins.

"I was very fortunate to live my dream of playing in the NHL," said Pandolfo in a statement through the NHL Players Association. "I was lucky to be part of three great organizations and would like to thank the New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders and Boston Bruins. I would like to thank all my teammates, coaches and staff for all the memorable experiences together. I'd especially like to thank my family for all the support they have given me throughout my career."

The Massachusetts native was selected by the Devils in the second round of the 1993 draft and he made his NHL debut with New Jersey in 1996.

In 899 NHL games, Pandolfo scored 100 goals and added 126 assists for 226 career points.

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