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Alain St. Hilaire Finalizes Retirement from Pro Hockey

John Cloninger pointed out an article from yesterday's Trentonian that reports that Alain St. Hilaire has retired from professional hockey and has found a job working at Sage Financial Group in Bala Cynwyd, PA, west of Philadelphia.

In a previous report on RCNJ, we indicated that St. Hilaire was expected to retire after being traded to the Roanoke Express of Virginia. When he failed to report to his new team, they suspended him for 45 days so that they would preserve their contractual rights. Now, the 45 day period has expired, and none of the teams who are interested in his services have been able to interest him in returning.

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