The future of Slovak hockey defender Zdeno Char in the overseas NHL is still unclear.
According to his agent, the future member of the Hall of Fame is preparing for his 23rd season in profile, adding with one breath that nothing needs to be rushed. In the summer, Chara will become an unlimited free agent and will wait for possible offers.
Last season, former longtime Boston captain Bruins worked at the Washington Capitals, with whom he signed a $ 795,000 one-season contract at the end of last year. “´Z´ is in Slovakia with his family. He is working on himself, he is preparing for the season, but he still leaves everything open. There is no hurry,” said Agent Matt Keator, according to TSN station insider Pierre LeBrun Charov.
Forty-four-year-old Chára played 55 games for the Capitals, in which he scored two goals and scored 10 points. He did not score in five playoff matches. The 2011 Stanley Cup winner, bringing the Bruins to the top as captain, played a total of 1,608 games in the NHL.