Originally written on Kukla's Korner  |  Last updated 11/18/14

OTTAWA, ON - JANUARY 30: Daniel Alfredsson #11 of the Ottawa Senators looks for the puck against the Montreal Canadiens during a game at Scotiabank Place on January 30, 2010 in Ottawa, Canada. (Photo by Phillip MacCallum/Getty Images)
The Ottawa Sun's Bruce Garrioch posited a pair of articles on Thursday evening, first addressing the future of Ottawa Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson... It's Decision Day for Daniel Alfredsson. League sources confirmed to the Sun the Senators captain will inform GM Bryan Murray and his Kelowna-based agent J.P. Barry Friday by telephone from his home in Sweden whether he'll play next season or retire. The club was hoping to have an answer from Alfredsson this week and that should be the case. Though sources say he's leaning towards playing, nobody will be sure until he calls Murray and lets him know his plan. Getting the word from Alfredsson, 40, before the draft at the Prudential Center in New Jersey is important for the organization because it allows Murray and his staff to make their plans for next season with an idea of their needs. His article continues with more Senators roster talk, and in his trade news column, even Garrioch found a league exec admittin...
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