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Martin Biron discusses decision to retire

Veteran goalie Martin Biron joined Rob Pizzo on Hockey Night in Canada Radio on SiriusXM to discuss his decision to retire.

Veteran announced retirement on Sunday

Martin Biron talks with Rob Pizzo about his decision to retire. 16:23

Veteran goaltender Martin Biron joined Rob Pizzo on Hockey Night in Canada Radio on SiriusXM to discuss his decision to retire. 

The 36-year-old announced his retirement on Sunday, after a 16-year career in the NHL.  

Biron spent the last four seasons with the New York Rangers backing up Henrik Lundqvist, but was placed on waivers by the club this season and went unclaimed. He has also played for the Buffalo Sabres, Philadelphia Flyers and New York Islanders. 

Listen to the full interview above.

Rob Pizzo and co-hosts Elliotte Friedman, Kelly Hrudey, Craig Simpson, Tim Wharnbsy and Cassie Campbell-Pascall discuss the game of hockey in an entertaining way on Hockey Night in Canada Radio, the flagship of NHL Network radio on SiriusXM. Weekdays from 3-5pm ET on Sirius 207 and XM 92.

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