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“I’m preparing as if next year is going to go on and then we’ll go from there.”
Those are Steve Sullivan’s thoughts on whether or not he is going to call it a career.
The former member of the Soo Greyhounds stepped off No. 18 at the Hollinger Golf Club following the championship round at the 23rd annual Molson Lever/Sullivan Classic Golf Tournament and was immediately surround by his children.
Hugs and kisses were in ample supply as the 39-year-old Timmins icon revelled in his kids’ affection.
Whatever he decides to do whether he hangs up his skates or gives it one more year the man known as the Timmins Tornado will do what’s best for his family.
“Everything has revolved around me for the last 17 years” he said. “I have a son who is starting high school next year and I’ve got limited time left with him before he goes off to college.”
Once the Stanley Cup playoffs were completed Sullivan was out of a job.
The unrestricted free agent has had “very informal” discussions with se
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