16-Year NHL Vet Returns To Professional Hockey After 7 Years Off
BY TYLER BALL SEPTEMBER 20, 2023 (10:01 PM)
NHL Vet Returns To Professional Hockey
A new report has confirmed that 16 year NHL veteran enforcer Donald Brashear is returning to professional hockey. Brashear will be playing in the Quebec-based Ligue Nord-Américaine de Hockey (LNAH). Brashear has signed a one-year deal with the Marquis de Jonquière.
At 51 years old Brashear will look to return to his younger years and help Marquis de Jonquière win a championship.
This will be Brashear's second stint in the LNAH after previously playing there in 2015-16. In 7 games during that season, Brashear had 2 points and 10 penalty minutes in 7 games.
New Team Ecstatic To Have Brashear
A source confirmed that there was a bit of a bidding war between teams in the LNAH for Brashear once he made his interest known. The Marquis de Jonquière ended up winning out and their owner Bob Desjardins couldn't be happier.
Brashear is likely to bring people to the arena based on his name alone. It will be interesting to see if he can play at a level comparable to the other players in the LNAH even at the age of 51.
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