January 31 2014

Burlington's Jay Pandolfo Retires from NHL

By: BNEWS Weekly

Burlington native Jay Pandolfo announced his retirement from the National Hockey League on Thursday. Pandolfo, 39, was a star on the Burlington High School hockey team before taking his talents to Boston University. He won a national championship at BU in his junior season. In his senior season, he led the Hockey East with 38 goals and was named the conference’s Player of the Year.


Pandolfo played for 13 seasons as a member of the New Jersey Devils, winning two Stanley Cups. He also played a season with the New York Islanders and 18 games last season with the Boston Bruins. Over the course of his career, he scored a total of 100 goals while also notching 126 assists. During the 2005 season-long NHL lockout, Pandolfo returned to Burlington as an assistant coach of the BHS boys varsity hockey team.


In a statement released on Thursday, he thanked his friends and family, saying that he was very fortunate to live his dream of playing in the NHL.

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