Daniel Alfredsson wants to finish his career with the Senators Christopher Pellerin

Nothing will change his mind. Good news for everyone in Ottawa, both for the amateur and the Direction des Sens. Alfie clearly demonstrated his interest in finishing his career where he started it in 1995, in an interview he gave last week. The main interested person amply believes to the luck of his team for the continuation of the things. Despite the loss of six regular players Alfredsson believes that the Senators are currently in a very good position for a possible participation in the Stanley Cup series.

On the other hand, the many rumors of transactions that concern him have surfaced in recent weeks. There was even talk of the possibility of the Boston Bruins being the toughest team to acquire their services. Director General Bryan Murray had to speak to clarify some of the details in this case and he did not go through four paths to bring out the truth of this whole story.

According to him, his captain will not leave Ottawa until he opens his mouth to claim to be trained to another formation that could aspire to Lord Stanley’s trophy. It basically confirms that his future in the federal capital is not threatened at all.We started to ask serious questions about his future after the Senators elimination against the New York Rangers last year, whether the 16th season he completed was his last career. He had even thought of withdrawing from the competition, but at the same time he preferred to step back and make a final decision more easily. The suspense finally lasted four months. In August, he confirmed that he would respect the last year of a four-year contract to add a 17th on his record.

The lock out of the NHL brought Alfredsson changed his long gun. Extra time with the family almost pushed him to bow his reverence truly. This was enough to put a big doubt in the minds of everyone. Finally, halfway through the conflict, Alfredsson confirmed the possibility of returning to the game, even if the season had to be canceled completely – something that did not happen, fortunately.

The recipient of the Calder Trophy (rookie par excellence) in 1996 does not disappoint in this season 2013. The 40-year-old has four goals and seven assists in 18 games. It shows that his old bones are still capable of maintaining the rhythm.