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Former Red Wing Mathieu Dandenault Retires

Former Detroit Red Wings forward/defenseman Mathieu Dandenault has retired after 13 NHL seasons.

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Dandenault, 34, was drafted by Detroit in the 1994 NHL Entry Draft and played as a hybrid forward and defenseman from 1995-2004. Dandenault won three Stanley Cups in his tenure with Detroit, playing 868 games in the NHL while scoring 68 goals and 135 assists.

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"It was a childhood dream of mine to play in the NHL and having the opportunity to play for two original-six franchises made it even more special," said Dandenault. "I grew up a huge fan so skating out onto the ice in Montreal for the first time as a member of the Habs is something I will never forget. I feel honoured to have my name engraved on the Stanley Cup as a Detroit Red Wing. I would like to thank the Detroit Red Wings and Montreal Canadiens organizations as well as the fans, my family and friends."

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