– Defenseman Dan Boyle retired from the NHL on Wednesday at SAP Center, where he played six seasons with the San Jose Sharks during a 17-year career. interview skillsBoyle won the Stanley Cup in 2004 with the Tampa Bay Lightning , one of his four NHL teams, earned an Olympic gold medal with Team Canada in 2010 and was a two-time NHL All-Star. Boyle, who played his final two seasons with the New York Rangers , retired as San Jose’s career leader among defensemen in points (269) and assists (201). He ranks second in goals (68) and shots (1,095). Boyle went undrafted, but he wound up playing 1,093 regular-season games and 130 playoff games during his career with the Florida Panthers , Lightning, Rangers and Sharks. Among defensemen, he ranks 31st in goals, 35th in points and 38th in assists. Defenseman Dan Boyle finished his 17-year career as a member of the Rangers. Mike Stobe/Getty Images “Coming out of college, I was undersized and overlooked and all that stuff that’s kind of made me what I am today,” said the 5-foot-9, 180-pound Boyle, who was sitting next to Sharks general manager Doug Wilson, with his family and many of his former San Jose teammates looking on. “I definitely had a chip on my shoulder. I probably always will. It’s just what makes me me, and that’s probably what has allowed me to have the career that I had.” Boyle signed with the Panthers as a free agent on March 30, 1998, then was traded to the Lightning in January 2002 for a fifth-round pick. Boyle said his career took off after a one-on-one meeting he had with current Columbus Blue Jackets coach John Tortorella, who coached him with Tampa Bay.
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