Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 07/14/10 at 11:25 AM ET
from Gary Lawless of the Winnipeg Free Press,
The Manitoba Moose seem to have reached the conclusion they should begin considering life after Mike Keane.
Keane, Moose captain for the past five seasons, hangs in limbo these days, waiting to hear if he’ll be given the chance to play one more season.
After 22 years of pro hockey and at 43 years old, the fire still burns for Keane.
But this decision doesn’t lie just with the player. Management has to be a willing partner for the dance to continue.
So far, the Moose have had very little to say on the subject. Presumably, they are weighing their options on what Moose GM Craig Heisinger calls an “organizational decision.” In other words, the GM alone won’t be making the call on Keane’s future.
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