Well known for his time in Boston, Adam McQuaid has decided to call it a career after ten seasons in the NHL. McQuaid was known as a defensive defenseman and not so much for his offense. He leaves behind a career that saw him put home 16 goals and 57 assists in 512 games with Boston, the Rangers, and Columbus. McQuaid claims he has “No regrets”.
The #NHLBruins congratulate Adam McQuaid on a terrific NHL career and wish him the best in his retirement.
Thank you for all you did to help bring the Cup back to Boston! pic.twitter.com/3dWmb5D7qG
— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) January 17, 2021
McQuaid was a member of the 2011 Stanley Cup-winning Bruins and helped them reach the final again in 2013. McQuaid was the definition of a teammate you wanted on your team. He would stand up for you and was not afraid to throw some bodies and drop the gloves. Congratulations on a hell of a career Quaider.