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NHL goalkeeper Ben Bishop comes off the podium at the age of 35

NHL goalkeeper Ben Bishop comes off the podium at the age of 35

Dallas Stars goalkeeper Ben Bishop He should draw a line in his NHL career, the daily has learned Dallas News Saturday.

Team general manager Jim Neal has confirmed Bishop will not be returning with the Superstars, more than a year after he attempted to regain the form that would allow him to return to the service.

Struggling with a knee injury, Bishop retired at the age of 35, with 222 regular season wins and 29 more play-off wins.

Throughout his career, he achieved an excellent efficiency of 91.2% and an average goal of 2.32.

Bishop moved to the Bateman Tour with the St. Louis Blues in the 2008–09 season. It was a team selection in the third round in the 2005 draft.

After a brief stint with the Blues, the 23-year-old Colorado native started with the Ottawa Senators in two seasons, before blossoming with the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2013.

The 6-foot-7 goalkeeper also played for the Los Angeles Kings at the end of the 2016-2017 season before making three star games.

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