MONTREAL– The Montreal Canadiens announced that forward Blake Geoffrion notified general manager Marc Bergevin Wednesday that in light of his health condition, which has shown no significant improvement since he underwent surgery last November 10, he felt it was his responsibility to inform the Canadiens’ management that he was considering retiring from professional hockey.
Blake Geoffrion, 25, suffered a depressed skull fracture on November 9, 2012 in an AHL game between the Hamilton Bulldogs and the Syracuse Crunch, at the Bell Centre.
The Montreal Canadiens management, Blake Geoffrion, his agent and family will not comment any further on the situation until further notice.
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Notebook - March 12, 2013
One for the road
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