Red Wings GM: Alfredsson could attend training camp on tryout
Daniel Alfredsson has not yet decided whether or not he wants to play another season, but the Detroit Red Wings are willing to wait and see what the veteran forward has left.
Alfredsson has been considering retirement since the end of the 2013-14 season. He probably doesn't want to uproot his family again so soon after moving from Ottawa to Detroit, making the Red Wings the clear front-runner for his services, should he decide to play.
Alfredsson, 41, signed a one-year deal with Detroit paying him $3.5 million with up to $2 million in performance bonuses last season. He recorded 49 points in 68 games.
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