Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 10/22/05 at 12:54 PM ET
In his first interview since he announced his retirement, Stevens discussed the reason behind his decision, what he is doing now, and his thoughts on rule changes in the NHL. From 1982 to 2004, Stevens prowled the ice in a manner rarely seen. His baby blue eyes burned with unparalleled passion. He unleashed his 6'2", 215-pound frame with such fury that every player made sure to know when Stevens was on the ice. Yet, especially early in his career, he was among the leagues best offensive defensemen. He was the complete package. He played in 1,635 games, the fourth highest total in league history. He scored 196 goals, played on three Stanley Cup championship teams, and was awarded the Conn Smythe trophy as playoff MVP in 2000.continued
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