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Former Ranger enforcer returns to hockey at 52 years old


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Ryan Hall
February 22, 2024  (2:59 PM)
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Donald Brashear with the Rangers
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It seems that some hockey players have plenty of longevity while others are finished much earlier in their careers.

That seems to be the case for former Rangers forward Donald Brashear as he has come out of retirement at the age of 52 years old to play in the LNAH.
What's more impressive is that he managed to drop his gloves and gets into his first fight as he plays for the Jonquiere Marquis.
At the age of 52, Donald Brashear seems to hold himself quite well even though near the end he appears to lose his balance and fall to the ice.
The LNAH is a Quebec senior league where they promote fighting as part of the experience while watching the game.
At times there could be more than three or four fights going on during the game which fans seems to enjoy.
The undrafted left winger played his NHL career from 1993 with the Montreal Canadiens and finishing with the Rangers in 2010.
He racked up 1025 games along with 85 goals and 120 assists for 205 points and a whopping 2634 penalty minutes.
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