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Ex-Rangers enforcer has issued a significant personal announcement


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Hunter Bowman
May 27, 2024  (9:39 PM)
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Donald Brashear with the New York Rangers
Photo credit: Blue Line Station

Former New York Rangers forward, Donald Brashear has officially announced his retirement from professional hockey at 52 years old.

Brashear's tenure with the New York Rangers was short as he only joined them for the 2009-10 season, however he has played professional hockey since the 1992-93 season when he made his debut in the AHL.
Donald Brashear 🇺🇸🇨🇦 has retired from professional hockey at the age of 52 and will join the new LNAH expansion team in Quebec City 🇨🇦 as an assistant coach.

Brashear played 1,025 NHL games from 1993-2010, scoring 85 goals and 205 points with Montreal, Vancouver, Philadelphia, Washington, and New York (R).


Over the last few years Brashear's career has taken place in Quebec, with the province's own professional league, the LNAH. But according to recent reports he will be sticking around the league as an assistant coach.
The following announcement has been translated from French to English:
The expansion team @quebeclnah announced the appointment of Daniel Gauthier as the first general manager and first head coach in the history of the franchise.

In addition, Donald Brashear was named assistant coach of the team.

#LNAH #lnahsignature

Brashear was definitely known for dropping the gloves throughout his career, surprising many when he dropped them at 52-years old.
52 year old Donald Brashear is still fighting in the LNAH Quebec Pro League

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