Two Decade In, Blake Calls It a Career

By JOSH DUBOW
|  Friday, Jun 18, 2010  |  Updated 2:23 PM PDT
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San Jose Sharks captain Rob Blake has retired after a 20-year career as one of the league's top defensemen.

Blake announced his decision at a news conference Friday in San Jose.

The 40-year-old Blake won a Stanley Cup with Colorado in 2001, the Norris Trophy as the league's top defenseman for Los Angeles in 1998, and an Olympic gold medal for Canada in 2002.

Blake is 10th on the career list with 240 goals as a defenseman. He finished his career with 537 assists and 777 points. His 136 power-play goals are the third most by an NHL defenseman, trailing only Hall of Famers Ray Bourque with 173 and Al MacInnis with 166.
 

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