Rotowire: Dec 5 / 8:53a ET
News: Parros announced his retirement from professional hockey Friday, Elliott Teaford of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
Impact: The 34-year-old spent nine seasons as an enforcer for the Kings, Avalanche, Ducks, Panthers and Canadiens, but it's his tenure with Anaheim for which he'll be best remembered. Parros appeared in 22 games last season with Montreal, with the limited action resulting from a long-term concussion that he sustained during a fight with the Leafs' Colton Orr in the opener. With fewer teams these days rostering enforcer-types like Parros, the winger didn't notice much interest in the offseason and decided to call it a career.
StatsLLC: Dec 5 / 12:00a ET
News: Parros has announced his retirement after nine NHL seasons.
Impact: Known for his trademark mustache and long hair, Parros became a fan favorite for his tough style of play and protecting teammates on the ice. He made his biggest impact during his run of five-plus seasons with Anaheim, winning the 2007 Stanley Cup with the Ducks.