TORONTO (AP) - Brian Rolston has retired after a 17-year NHL career in which he played for five teams and helped the New Jersey Devils win their first Stanley Cup.
The 40-year-old forward from Flint, Mich., did not play this season after splitting time with the New York Islanders and Boston in 2011-12.
As a rookie he helped the Devils win the Cup in the 1994-95 season. He also played for Colorado and Minnesota and completed his career with 342 goals, 419 assists and 761 points. His top offensive season was 2005-06 with the Wild - 34 goals and 45 assists.
Rolston played for the U.S. at three Winter Olympics, two World Cup of Hockey tournaments and one world championship.

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