Daniel Alfredsson was captain of the Ottawa Senators for 13 seasons. Coach Paul MacLean is in no rush to name his replacement.
MacLean said Friday there's no timetable to name a new Senators captain after Alfredsson left the team to sign as a free agent with the Detroit Red Wings.
"We're going to go through a process" MacLean said according to the Senators' website. "I've got to spend some time talking to the individuals talking to (general manager) Bryan Murray talking to my coaching staff.
"We've done a lot of preliminary talk about it but we're going to let the process -- it's going to be a process but I don't think it's going to be a difficult one -- and we just have to take the time and get through it. ... I'm not going to put a timeline on it. When we make the decision that's the day it's going to be."
sked what he's looking for in a captain MacLean said "Someone who does it right every day and is a good representative of the team. The most important thing is you've got to...