Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Veteran Dallas Stars Forward Brenden Morrow Retires after 15 NHL Seasons

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Veteran Dallas Stars Forward Brenden Morrow Retires after 15 NHL Seasons

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NHL veteran Morrow retires after 15 seasons

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DALLAS - Forward Brenden Morrow retired Thursday after 15 NHL seasons.

Morrow, 37, signed a one-day deal with the Dallas Stars, who took Morrow in the first round, No. 25 overall, in the 1997 NHL draft.

Morrow recorded 265 goals and 310 assists in 991 career regular-season games with Dallas, Pittsburgh, St. Louis and Tampa Bay. He played in Stanley Cup finals with the Stars (2000) and Tampa (2015).

Morrow appeared in 118 career playoff games, registering 46 points (19 goals, 27 assists) and won Olympic gold with Canada in 2010 in Vancouver.

"The game of hockey has given me so many opportunities in my life," said Morrow. "Winning a gold medal for Canada at the Olympic Games and appearing in two Stanley Cup final series are things that I only dreamed of growing up. …

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