by Patrick Hoffman on 08/23/09 at 06:35 PM ET
From Steve Zipay at Blue Notes:
Mats Sundin, perhaps becoming the Brett Favre of the NHL—-already saying he will not play for Sweden in the 2010 Olympics—-apparently has not totally ruled out an NHL comeback.
The Vancouver Province reported that Sundin—-the 38-year-old center who spurned the Rangers last December when they couldn’t clear enough cap room and the Canucks came up with more dough—-will be told by his agent J.P. Barry this week that four or five teams have inquired about a potential return, including the Canucks. A source told me that a Rangers executive (possibly Sundin’s one-time agent Mike Barnett) at one point asked about his intentions as well.
Click here for more on Mats. When will this go away?
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