BREAKING NEWS - Accomplished NHL Veteran Hangs Up Skates, Retires at Age 36 with 2 Stanley Cup Titles

Published July 5, 2023 at 11:33 PM
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Accomplished NHL Veteran Calls it a Career: Two-Time Stanley Cup Champion Retires at Age 36

Darren Helm, a seasoned player and a two-time Stanley Cup winner, has decided to hang up his skates after an illustrious career spanning over 800 games.

Having been selected 132nd overall by the Detroit Red Wings in the 2005 draft, Helm consistently proved himself as a valuable asset in the NHL, thriving as a reliable bottom-six forward.

Today, at the age of 36, Helm officially announced his retirement, bringing an end to his remarkable hockey journey.



Throughout his career, Helm amassed a total of 266 points in 823 NHL games, complemented by 26 points in 103 playoff games.

He experienced the thrill of lifting his first Stanley Cup as a rookie with the Red Wings in 2008, and then went on to secure his second and final championship title with the Avalanche in 2022.

Helm's retirement signifies the conclusion of an impressive chapter in his life, leaving behind a legacy that will be cherished by fans and respected by fellow players.
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