On December 6, 2010, Guerin announced his retirement as a player from the National Hockey League as a Pittsburgh Penguin. At the time of his retirement, Guerin ranked seventh all-time among Americans in the NHL with 429 goals.
I created this on the same day. I love Billy. He will always be my #1. He is one of the greats. Forever.
Billy was just elected to the US Hockey Hall of Fame!
Congratulations, Bill! You definitely deserve a place there. You’re amazing!
I FINALLY MET BILLY!!!!!!!
I am so geeked. I look like such an ass but I don’t care. I gave him the URL to this blog, so Billy if you’re reading this thanks for being an amazing player and person and for making my day. I hope you enjoy the blog!
Tuesday marks one year since Bill Guerin retired from the Pittsburgh Penguins, in honor of him please reblog this. Besides playing for the Penguins Bill also played for the New Jersey Devils, Edmonton Oilers, Boston Bruins, Dallas Stars, St. Louis Blues, San Jose Sharks, New York Islanders of the NHL, and the United States Olympic Hockey Team.