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1000-game NHL veteran officially announces retirement


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Samer Dagher
May 28, 2024  (10:38)
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Donald Brashear fighting
Photo credit: The Hockey News

Donald Brashear, one of the toughest players in hockey history, has retired at the age of 52. His career will be remembered for its remarkable longevity.

According to PuckEmpire, Brashear will now join the new LNAH expansion team in Quebec City as an assistant coach.

Brashear played 1,025 NHL games from 1993 to 2010, scoring 85 goals and 205 points while playing for Montreal, Vancouver, Philadelphia, Washington, and the New York Rangers.
This past season, Brashear played 24 games with the Jonquiere Marquis (LNAH), scoring two goals and eight points, and 10 games with Wendake Black Jack (LHSLF), scoring three goals and 13 points.
Throughout his career, he also played for the Fredericton Canadiens (AHL), Quebec RadioX (LNAH), Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL), Sorel-Tracy GCI (LNAH), Riviere-du-Loup 3L (LNAH), MODO Hockey (SHL), and Thetford Mines Assurancia (LNAH).
Brashear also represented the United States national team, playing 14 games from 1997 to 1998 and scoring two goals and five points, though he never won a medal. He ranks 17th in most games played by an undrafted player in NHL history.
Congratulations on a great career, Donald!
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