NHL record holder for the number of games played in a row in the “regular season” Yandl retired

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MOSCOW, 20 Sep – American defenseman Keith Yandl, who received the title of “Iron Man”, retired after 16 seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL), according to Sportsnet.
Yandle was selected by the Phoenix Coyotes (now the Arizona Coyotes) in the fourth round of the 2005 NHL Entry Draft. Since March 26, 2009, the player has played an NHL-record 989 regular season games in a row. His streak ended on March 29.
The quarterback, who turned 36 on September 9, has also played for the New York Rangers, Florida Panthers and Philadelphia Flyers. In total, in the NHL, he took part in 1109 matches, in which he scored 619 points (103 goals + 516 assists).


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