It’s hard to imagine Daniel Alfredsson suiting up for any team that isn’t the Ottawa Senators. But now that the NHL’s two-day interview period for free agents has opened there’s at least the possibility that it happens.
According to a report from ESPN’s Pierre LeBrun, Boston Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli has reached out to Alfredsson’s camp.
Alfredsson, 40, has already announced that he’s coming back for at least one more season in the NHL and it’s just been assumed that he would re-sign with the Senators, the only team he’s ever played for in the NHL. But with free agency starting this week he’s yet to sign a new conract and teams are now free to come calling.
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