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Frans Nielsen retire hockey following World Championship

FRANS NIELSEN SET TO RETIRE FROM HOCKEY FOLLOWING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

MAY 10, 2022  (18H01)      COOPER GODIN
After a long career that saw him make stops in Sweden, Finland, Germany, as well as fifteen seasons in the National Hockey League, Frans Nielsen announced that he will retire following the 2022 World Championship.

"This is my last season, and I have always thought that it has been great to be with the national team, so it could be great to end my career in that jersey," Nielsen said.

The 38-year-old played 925 career games in the National Hockey League with the New York Islanders and Detroit Red Wings. In those 925 games, Nielsen had 437 points (167 goals, 306 assists).

Nielsen is the all-time leader in games played, goals, assists and points by a Danish player in NHL history.

The Herning (Denmark) native represented his country on numerous occasions, including their first-ever appearance at the Winter Olympics back in February. This year's World Championship will be Nielsen's ninth and first since 2018.

We'd like to congratulate Frans on a great career and wish him all the best in retirement.

Source: Detroit Hockey Now.