There are plenty of examples of people having second careers. But, seriously, who is probably the last person you'd expect to be doing stand-up comedy in Kalamazoo?

Darren McCarty of the Detroit Red Wings celebrates during the 6-5 win over the Los Angeles Kings in 1995 in Inglewood, California. Mandatory Credit: Glenn Cratty/ALLSPORT; Getty Images

Former Detroit Red Wing Darren McCarty will be at Louie's Trophy House this Thursday to do stand up comedy.

According to Louie's Facebook post, there are just a handful of tickets left for the show Thursday night at 7pm. McCarty in a quick video post says it's a combination of slapstick comedy and funny stories (from the Red Wings' recent glory days.) Think Slapshot without the blood.

McCarty, who provided the muscle for those teams,  earned four Stanley Cup rings in his two tours with the Wings.

Darren McCarty of the Detroit Red Wings celebrates during the 1997 Victory Parade in Detroit. Mandatory Credit: Robert Laberge /Allsport ; Getty Images

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