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George Parros: A Career in Goals

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Most tributes to Parros since his retirement have focused on his best fights and his mustache. While that may make a whole lot of sense based on what he was known for throughout his career, I've decided to compile a different set of highlights.

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I originally hoped to put up every NHL goal he ever scored, but the internet has thus far frustrated my attempts to find all of them. So instead, here is as wide a selection as I could find.

George Parros' first goal as a Duck, which he scored a couple of months before hoisting the Stanley Cup:

Parros' only goal of the 2007-08 season, playing on a line with Drew Miller and Bobby Ryan:

In 2008-09, Parros scored five goals, which stands as his career high. Here are three of them:

In 2009-10, Parros scored in three separate games against the Edmonton Oilers and finished the season with four goals. Here is one of them:

Parros scored three goals in 2010-11, including the only game-winning goal of his career, which I'm sure you'll remember if you were watching back then:

A little more than a month later, Parros recorded the only two-goal game of his career:

In his final season with the Ducks, Parros scored his lone goal in Joe Louis Arena:

Parros scored the final goal of his career as a member of the Florida Panthers:

Thank you for all the memories, George. Best of luck in the next chapter of your life.