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Boston Bruins Pat Maroon shares whether he will retire or not


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James Connelly
May 19, 2024  (2:50 PM)
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Pat Maroon taking warmups for the Boston Bruins
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Pat Maroon was traded to the Boston Bruins during the middle of the season and he has now shared whether he will continue to play or not moving forward.

Since breaking into the NHL in 2011-12, Pat Maroon has gone on to have quite a successful NHL career amassing nearly 800 regular season games and 163 playoff games. The 'Big Rig' has been a part of three Stanley Cup Runs, one with the St. Louis Blues and the other two with the Tampa Bay Lightning, proving to be quite an effective player come playoff time.
He had his season cut short this year with the Boston Bruins as they fell to the Florida Panthers in six games in the second round. In his exit interview, he shared his plans moving forward.
Pat Maroon wants to keep playing. He would like to return to Boston.

Maroon says he wants to be a mentor for the younger players and help push them to where they need to go. He also feels Bruins didn't get best version of himself after undergoing back surgery and he wants to show them what he can do.

Maroon was only able to play in 15 games for the Boston Bruins, two in the regular season and the rest in the postseason, and has clearly grown attached to his new team.
We will now wait and see if he and GM Don Sweeney can reach an agreement that keeps Maroon in Boston or if he will be let go for some other NHL team.
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