Zdeno Chara, who is an unrestricted free agent, isn’t limited to the Boston Bruins.
This is what his agent, Matt Keator, reported on a daily basis Boston Globe, Friday.
The representative said his client was “looking at all the options” and “was in no rush.”
Chara is the captain of the Bruins and has been playing for Boston since the 2006-2007 season. His performances have declined in recent years, but the 43-year-old veteran still averaged over 21 minutes per game last season.
In 68 games, he has five goals and nine assists for 14 points. He also maintained a +26 differential.
On the Bruins’ side, general manager Don Sweeney has remained vague on his intentions.
“He [Chara] is an iconic player, personality and leader. We want to make sure we treat the matter with the utmost respect. ”
In 2019-2020, the great Slovak had a one-year contract that earned him $ 2 million. According to the capfriendly.com website, the Bruins have just over $ 10 million available on their payroll.