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It’s hard to imagine Daniel Alfredsson playing for anyone but the Ottawa Senators, but it sounds like the Bruins are going to at least look into seeing if Alfredsson would like to play for another team.
The 40-year-old informed the Senators last week that he would be returning for the 2013-14 season. However, Alfredsson is set to become an unrestricted free agent on Friday when free agency begins. When that happens, he’d be free to sign elsewhere, a notion that terrifies Senators fans everywhere. One potential landing spot? Boston, reportedly.
ESPN.com’s Pierre LeBrun and the Ottawa Sun’s Bruce Garrioch both reported Wednesday that Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli has interest in Alfredsson. According to the reports (both via Twitter), the B’s reached out to Alfredsson’s camp already.
Chiarelli, who conducted a pre-free agency conference call with reporters Wednesday morning, wouldn’t comment directly when asked about any potential interest in Alfredsson. The Bruins’ interest ...
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Daniel Alfredsson has been a Senator since 1994 but that run will come to an end this offseason.
According to Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun, the Sens captain will not be returning to Ottawa and will be signing with either the Bruins or Red Wings.
In 1,178 career games with the Sens, the Swede has 426 goals and 682 assists for 1,108 points.
Check out the tweet below.
from Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun,
The Boston Bruins have reached out to captain Daniel Alfredsson to gauge his interest in going to Beantown when the unrestricted free agent market opens Friday at noon, league sources confirmed to the Ottawa Sun.
Speaking on a conference call with reporters Wednesday morning, Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli wouldn’t speak specifically about...
Longtime Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson is leaving Ottawa and could soon be a member of the Detroit Red Wings, according to a published report.
TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie says the expectation is that Alfredsson will sign with the Detroit Red Wings.
Alfredsson, 40, had 10 goals and 16 assists in 47 games last season.
Selected in the sixth round by Ottawa at the 1994 NHL...
Reports are Daniel Alfredsson is looking for a one-year contract.
Submit your offer now.
Alfredsson's decision: Ottawa, Boston or Detroit.
— Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) July 4, 2013
It’s purely speculation at this point, but in his latest 30 Thoughts blog over at CBC.ca, Elliotte Friedman puts the following out there:
23. Most bizarre story: Can there seriously be an issue between Daniel Alfredsson and the Ottawa Senators? Can you imagine Boston -- now in need a right-winger -- even being able to bid because this gets to Friday?
Daniel Alfredsson reportedly has informed the Ottawa Senators he will not re-sign with them, and the Detroit Red Wings may be the landing spot for the 40-year-old forward.
That’s per multiple reports, including one from TSN’s Bob McKenzie, who tweeted: “Expectation is Alfredsson will go to DET. Since he’s 35+ player, base salary likely in $3.5M range with bonuses taking it...
Daniel Alfredsson and Mikhail Grabovski were added to the mix of free agents linked to the Red Wings on Thursday, although nothing has really changed as far as Detroits acquisitions wish list is concerned.
Stephen Weiss continues to be the Wings' top priority, as well as trying to hammer out agreements with Daniel Cleary and Damien Brunner.
The Wings are also interested in...
Unrestricted free agency doesn’t start for another hour, but news has already come out that the Ottawa Senators long time captain, Daniel Alfredsson will not be returning to the Sens this season. Reports are surfacing that Alfredsson will sign with the Detroit Red Wings. The rumor is Alfredsson’s base salary will be around 3.5M but he could get upwards of [...]
With pressures mounting on the Senators to re-sign one prominent and impending unrestricted free agent (UFA), the Senators made a splash today by inking… Nathan Lawson to a one-year, two-way contract.
I suppose under normal circumstances, it would be reassuring to see the organization retain a goaltender who not only has NHL experience but some familiarity with the...
Paul MacLean, the NHL's coach of the year, has signed a three-year extension with the Ottawa Senators.
MacLean won the Jack Adams Award this past season as the league's top coach after leading the injury-riddled Senators to a 25-17-6 record after the NHL lockout.
Ottawa reached the playoffs despite missing star forward Jason Spezza and Norris Trophy-winning defenseman Erik...
via Chris Lund of OttawaSenators.com,
The Ottawa Senators have signed head coach Paul MacLean to a three-year contract extension. The 2013 Jack Adams winner signed a three-year deal when he was hired as head coach of the Sens on June 14, 2011. The new deal will begin at the conclusion of the 2013-14 NHL season.
In his two season with the Senators, MacLean has coached the...
The Ottawa Senators have re-signed goaltender Nathan Lawson to a one-year, two-way contract. Lawson started his career as a hockey player at the Olds Grizzlys, where he was active from 2001-04 in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. He then spent three years at the University of Alaska Anchorage, and played in parallel for their hockey team in the National Collegiate Athletic...
In what was supposed to be a press conference to reveal head coach (ahem and 2013 Jack Adams Award winner) Paul MacLean’s new three year contract extension, the occasion was hijacked by the ‘uncertain’ status of negotiations taking place between Daniel Alfredsson and GM Bryan Murray.
Without even waiting for anyone to question why the organization had come to terms with...