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BREAKING: Shocking career-ending neck injury prompts unexpected retirement from NHL star

Published January 17, 2024 at 1:54 PM
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Former NHL star Tyler Ennis, has announced his retirement from professional hockey at the age of 34. This decision comes after he suffered a career-ending neck injury while playing for Alder Mannheim in the DEL (German Ice Hockey League).

Ennis had a notable career in the NHL, accumulating 144 goals and 346 points across 700 games with various teams, including Buffalo, Minnesota, Toronto, Ottawa, and Edmonton. In addition to his NHL career, he ventured overseas to play in Europe, joining the SCL Tigers in the NLA (Swiss National League), SC Bern in the NL (National League), and finally Alder Mannheim in the DEL.

His international contributions include representing the Canadian National Team in 13 games, with 10 appearances at the 2015 IIHF World Championship and 3 at the 2023 Spengler Cup.




Ennis leaves behind a legacy marked by his skill and dedication to the sport.
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