Donald Brashear Returns to the Rink With an Amazing Fight at Age 51

Published October 23, 2023 at 11:08

Brashear's Unexpected Comeback

Donald Brashear, renowned as one of the most formidable enforcers in hockey history, has once again taken to the ice.

In his NHL tenure, Brashear built a reputation as a force to be reckoned with. He boasted over 2600 PIMs during his impressive 1000-game career. Notably, in the 1997-98 season, he amassed a staggering 372 PIMs across 77 games.

Though he hung up his skates in 2010, Brashear often hinted at a hockey comeback.

The Return to the Rink

This season, suiting up for the Quebec Black Jack, Brashear faced off against Derek Parker, a celebrated semi-pro player who once clocked over 500 PIMs in a single match.

Derek Parker vs Donald Brashear was not on our 2023 bingo card but the LNAH ain't cancelled yet.

Out of the impressive 390 fights Brashear participated in throughout his career, more than 270 took place in the NHL. Witnessing him back in action, delivering powerful punches even at his age, is truly a spectacle.

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