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by Paul on 05/07/08 at 10:30 AM ET
from Dave Waddell of the Windsor Star,
This is a pretty good situation, but I’m not thinking about that right now,” Stuart said. “I’d like to see how it plays out, but I’d like to explore the possibility of staying. When the time comes, I’m definitely hoping to be here.”
While financial considerations will play a role in any negotiation, Stuart said the price of happiness isn’t always tied to money.
The native of Rocky Mountain House, Alta., has had his fill of losing since entering the NHL with San Jose and L.A.
“Winning definitely comes into play,” the 28-year-old Stuart said.
“Being on a losing team is not that much fun no matter what you’re being paid. Coming to the rink, to a winning environment and a positive atmosphere is definitely worth something.
“Those things are going to be something I think more about after we’re done (the season).”
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