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===Last Games===
 
===Last Games===
The following is a list of players of note who played their last NHL game in the 2016–17 season, listed with their team:
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The following is a list of players of note who played their last NHL game in 2016–17, listed with their team:
 
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|[[Bryan Bickell]] || [[Carolina Hurricanes]] || 2-time [[Stanley Cup]] champion with the Chicago Blackhawks.
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|[[Bryan Bickell]] || [[Carolina Hurricanes]] || Two-time [[Stanley Cup]] champion with the Chicago Blackhawks.
 
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|[[Brian Campbell]]|| [[Chicago Blackhawks]] || 1-time Stanley Cup champion with the Blackhawks, [[Lady Byng Memorial Trophy]] winner, over 1,000 games played.
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|[[Shawn Thornton]] || [[Florida Panthers]] || Two-time Stanley Cup champion with the Anaheim Ducks and the Boston Bruins.
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|[[Mike Fisher]] || [[Nashville Predators]] || Over 1,000 games played.
 
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|[[Matt Greene]] || [[Los Angeles Kings]] || 2-time Stanley Cup champion with the Kings.
 
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|[[Shawn Thornton]]|| [[Florida Panthers]] || 2-time Stanley Cup champion with the Anaheim Ducks and the Boston Bruins.
 
 
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===Major Milestones Reached===
 
===Major Milestones Reached===
 
*On October 12, 2016, Toronto Maple Leafs forward [[Auston Matthews]] became the first player in the modern era to score four goals in his NHL debut.
 
*On October 12, 2016, Toronto Maple Leafs forward [[Auston Matthews]] became the first player in the modern era to score four goals in his NHL debut.

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