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Photo gallery: Colin Chaulk through the years

One of the most successful leaders in minor league hockey history is beginning the next phase of his career. Komets center Colin Chaulk announced his retirement Friday morning, ending a 15-year professional career. Here are some photos of the popular Komets player throughout his career.

Colin Chaulk, right, sprays champagne in the Komets locker room after winning the 2008 Turner Cup. (News-Sentinel file photo)
Colin Chaulk was named the Komets' MVP in April 2006 after ending the season leading the team in both points and assists for the second straight season. (News-Sentinel file photo)
Fort Wayne's Colin Chaulk looks to slip the puck past a Kalamazoo Wings defender during an exhibition game in October 2002 at McMillen Ice Arena. (News-Sentinel file photo)
Captain Colin Chaulk accepts the Colonial Cup for the Komets in 2003. The Komets beat the Quad City Mallards to win the 2003 UHL championship. (News-Sentinel file photo)
Komets center Colin Chaulk is knocked off his feet by Missouri River Otters players Joe Ritson and Dustin Whitecotton during a game in January 2003 at Memorial Coliseum. (News-Sentinel file photo)
Colin Chaulk is tripped and hits the ice, but is still able to make the backwards pass and get an assist on the team's second goal of the night against the Motor City Mechanics during a 2004-05 regular season game at Memorial Coliseum. (News-Sentinel file photo)
Colin Chaulk celebrates after scoring his second goal during the Komets' 4-2 win against the Muskegon Lumberjacks in January 2010 at the coliseum. (News-Sentinel file photo)
In November 2011, Colin Chaulk shows off shoulder pads he has worn for more than 20 seasons. (File photo by Blake Sebring of The News-Sentinel)
Colin Chaulk and Billy Collins of Muskegon lose their helmets during a scuffle along the boards in April 2005 at Memorial Coliseum. (News-Sentinel file photo)
The Komets mob Colin Chaulk after his game-winning overtime goal against the Rapid City Rush during the 2012 Turner Conference semifinals. The Komets won 4-3 to win the series in six games. (News-Sentinel file photo)
Colin Chaulk carries the Ray Miron Presidents' Cup after beating Wichita in Game 5 of the CHL finals in May 2012 at the Memorial Coliseum. (Photo by Chad Ryan/INMedia Source)
Komets forward Colin Chaulk mixes it up with a couple of Port Huron players during the team's 2009 playoff game with Port Huron. The Komets won 7-2, keeping their Turner Cup hopes alive. (News-Sentinel file photo)
Komet Colin Chaulk works with some young hockey players in December 2007 at Hires Auto Parts on South Anthony Boulevard. (File photo by Ellie Bogue of The News-Sentinel)
Colin Chaulk skates of the ice after the Komets' 4-2 loss to the Muskegon Fury in game 5 of the 2005 Colonial Cup Championship. Muskegon repeated as UHL champions with the victory. (News-Sentinel file photo)
Colin Chaulk gets a grip on things, namely the stick of Kalamazoo's Jim Dube, during a 2004 postseason game at Memorial Coliseum. (News-Sentinel file photo)
Komets captain Colin Chaulk crashes into the net during a game against Kansas City in March 2005 at Memorial Coliseum. (News-Sentinel file photo)
Colin Chaulk checks Port Huron's John Vary during the first period in a 2004 game at the coliseum. (File photo by Ellie Bogue of The News-Sentinel)
Komets captain Colin Chaulk shakes hands with Komets GM David Franke on Oct. 25, 2003, during pregame ceremonies for the team's home opener. Fort Wayne rallied but eventually lost to Kalamazoo in a shootout. (News-Sentinel file photo)
Colin Chaulk scores the final goal of the game after Port Huron pulled its goalie in a 2008 playoff game at the coliseum. With the win, the Komets kept alive their bid for the 2008 Turner Cup. (File photo by Ellie Bogue of The News-Sentinel)
Komets forward Colin Chaulk leaps a poke-check attempt and keeps his eye on the puck during the second period of the Komets' first-round playoff game against Port Huron in April 2003. (File photo by Ellie Bogue of The News-Sentinel)
Teammates mob Colin Chaulk after he scored an overtime game-winning goal for the Komets against Muskegon in the 2008 postseason. (File photo by Ellie Bogue of The News-Sentinel)
Fort Wayne's Colin Chaulk throws a punch at Kalamazoo's Mike Bickley in a first-period fight during a 2007-08 regular season game at Memorial Coliseum. (News-Sentinel file photo)
Komets captain Colin Chaulk helps the team work the phones in summer 2011 to find new players for the upcoming season. (File photo by Blake Sebring of The News-Sentinel)
Komets forward Colin Chaulk receives the MVP award during the year-end awards presentation after the final regular season game in April 2004 at the coliseum. (File photo by Ellie Bogue of The News-Sentinel)
The Komets' Colin Chaulk and the Stars' B.J. Kilbourne battle for control of the puck in the second period of a 2003 game at the coliseum. (File photo by Ellie Bogue of The News-Sentinel)
Colin Chaulk skates with the CHL's Ray Miron Presidents Cup in May 2012 at the Memorial Coliseum. (Photo by Chad Ryan/INMedia Source)
As a player/assistant coach, Colin Chaulk, right, coaches from behind the Komets' bench Jan. 6 at Memorial Coliseum. was been sidelined by an infection on his foot. (Photo by Chad Ryan/INMedia Source)
Komet Colin Chaulk is presented with the Foss Folk Memorial Trophy in April 2008 for being the team MVP. (File photo by Ellie Bogue of The News-Sentinel)
Colin Chaulk skates off the coliseum ice after the Komets defeated the Rockford IceHogs in May 2005 to advance to the UHL's Colonial Cup Finals for the second time in three years. (News-Sentinel file photo)
Komets captain Colin Chaulk rides Evansville defenseman Jamie Lovell into the glass deep in the offensive zone during the Komets' 4-3 overtime victory in March 2011 at Memorial Coliseum. (News-Sentinel file photo)
With the puck still spinning in the net, Komets captain Colin Chaulk celebrates his overtime game-winning goal against Rockford at Memorial Coliseum during the 2005 postseason. (News-Sentinel file photo)
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