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Donald Brashear announces his retirement from pro hockey


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May 28, 2024  (10:12 PM)
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At the age of 52, legendary enforcer Donald Brashear has once again announced his retirement from professional hockey. He played in the LNAH last season.

Every hockey player must make the difficult decision to give up the sport, especially after playing at the professional level for an extended period of time. If you're fortunate, you may occasionally decide to come out of retirement for a final try, but even that must come to an end eventually.
After making a comeback in the LNAH last season, legendary enforcer Donald Brashear has announced his retirement from professional hockey for the second time, according to Stephane Turcot of TVA Sports.

Brashear, 52, skated in 24 games last season with the Jonquiere Marquis, putting up a total of eight points, including two goals and six assists. He will now join the new expansion team in the LNAH that is to be based out of Quebec as an assistant coach.
Coming out of retirement at the age of 52 years old to lace them up in a professional lead while still being able to fight and put your body on the line the way Brashear did is certainly remarkable. What an end to a legendary career going out on his own terms.
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Donald Brashear announces his retirement from pro hockey

Did you enjoy watching Brashear come out of retirement this year and continue to play hockey?

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Watching him fight at 52 was scary1521.7 %
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