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==Post-Playing Career==
 
==Post-Playing Career==
Four months after his injury, Blake informed the Montreal Canadiens that he was contemplating retirement due to the injury even though he had not come to a final decision.
 
 
On July 15, 2013, he eventually decided to retire from professional hockey at the age of 25. The following day, he was hired by the Columbus Blue Jackets as a pro scout.
 
 
After two seasons with the Blue Jackets as a scout, Blake moved into management, being selected as the assistant general manager of Columbus' AHL affiliate team, the Lake Erie Monsters on July 19, 2016.
 
 
 
==Personal Life==
 
==Personal Life==
 
Upon making his debut with the Predators, Blake became the NHL's first fourth generation player.
 
Upon making his debut with the Predators, Blake became the NHL's first fourth generation player.

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