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by Paul on 05/23/07 at 09:38 AM ET
from the OC Register,
Hasek, 42, acknowledged he might not get many more chances at the Stanley Cup.
“It’s very possible it’s my last game,” Hasek said.
Hasek was brought to Detroit by General Manager Ken Holland, who signed him to a one-year, $750,000 deal. The six-time Vezina Trophy winner would have made $1.1million for winning the Stanley Cup this year.
And in the early going, it appeared he might carry the Red Wings back to Detroit for a Game 7.
from the Detroit News,
If goalie Dominik Hasek wants to play next season, the Red Wings are all for it.
Hasek didn’t commit one way or another to playing another season after Tuesday’s series-ending 4-3 loss to Anaheim. But coach Mike Babcock and Hasek’s teammates believe Hasek can still play next season if he so desires.
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