Wednesday, July 27, 2005
Sens keep Dominator
In 2003, Hasek came out of a one-year retirement to rejoin the Detroit Red Wings but was limited to 14 games due to a recurring groin injury.
OTTAWA (CP) -- The Ottawa Senators are hanging on to Dominik Hasek.
General manager John Muckler announced Wednesday that the NHL team has exercised its one-year option on the 40-year-old goaltender. Hasek is due to make $2.28 million US this season.Hasek did not play during the lockout, other than skating with the Binghamton Senators, Ottawa's AHL farm team, during training camp.Ottawa signed the six-time Vezina Trophy winner in July 2004.
-Referenced from www.sportsnet.ca