Lions’ golden hero Jarkko Immonen ends his successful career | game

Jarkko Immonen, who won the Ice Hockey World Championship in Leijon, ends his successful and more than 20-year professional career. 42-year-old Immonen said about this on his Instagram account.

– Now it’s time to hang up the skates. The trip was incredible, great memories, amazing places and above all, great people, Immonen wrote.

Immonen became the Finnish national team’s number one player at the 2011 World Cup, which ended with a golden celebration when the center forward won the games goal and point exchange with 9+3=12. Immonen won two Olympic bronze medals (2010, 2014) and one World Championship silver medal (2014) with the national team.

Immonen was one of JYP’s leading stars when Jyväskylä’s team won the Finnish championship in 2009. The following season, the man from Randasalmi won the KHL Championship with Ak Bars Kazan, and his third career win at JYP brought the CHL Championship in 2018.

Immonen, who has represented Juguere for the past three seasons, has played 735 regular season games in the league with 194+300=494 power points. During his career, Immonen played 20 NHL games for the New York Rangers.

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