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Rock Defender Retires After Solid Career

11/27/2001, 3:20pm EST
By National Lacrosse League

Another chapter was written into Toronto Rock history as Terry Bullen, a four-year veteran with the franchise, decided to hang the stick up. At the age of 38,Bullen announced to the coaching staff and players that it was his time to move on.

Bullen, a six-year veteran of the NLL played a total of 61regular season games during his NLL career, 46 of those with the Toronto Rock franchise.

Bullen decided that it was time for him to leave after he suffered from pulled muscles in his back. The last couple of seasons Bullen has been injury prone, he missed the first 4 games last season with torn tendons in his left hand.

?It was time for me to move on. When you play as long as I did you realize that you?re body can take only so much. I was hesitant because I wanted to go out on a positive note and at my will, not because of an injury?but at the end of the day I know that I have made the right decision that is best for me and my family? said Bullen.

The Toronto Rock is going to honor Terry during the Rock?s next home game at the Air Canada Centre on Friday December 14th at7:30p.m

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