Bondra to Retire?

tsn.ca is reporting that Thrashers GM Don Waddell says he expects Bondra to retire. The Atlanta Thrashers, who shaved over $1 million in salary on Friday by trading Patrik Stefan and Jaroslav Modry to Dallas, are expecting to lose another veteran very soon.

According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Peter Bondra will not be offered a contract as he debates retirement. The Thrashers will also not tender offers to Ronald Petrovicky, J.P. Vigier and Serge Aubin.

While Bondra has not made his decision, Waddell is not expecting the 38-year-old to attempt a comeback.


12 Responses to Bondra to Retire?

  1. 19AVSFANFoLIFE19 says:

    i dont expect him back either. would be nice to see him score 500 though.

  2. CrosbyMalkin66 says:

    It would have been nice to see Lemieux score 800 but ya know what can u do

  3. 24_cups_and_counting says:

    38, on the verge of retirement? Seems like the Leafs should be all over this one.

  4. hockeykid9213 says:

    I think it would be nice to see Bondra go to a team Like Detroit or Toronto Just to add some veteran presence. He would get about 25 goals in detroit that will also help if we lose some forwards to free agency

  5. AntoinePortilick says:

    Average age of Leafs at Regular season end – 29.5

    Average age of canadieans at regular season end – 28.5.

    You sure are funny dipsh*t

    Cheers

  6. Marky2Fresh says:

    He’s a Euro, the Habs might go for him

  7. 19AVSFANFoLIFE19 says:

    if u can over the last 3 years who has signed the most over the hill veterans. (over 35) the answer is????? toronto maple leafs.

  8. Marky2Fresh says:

    Not Detroit?

  9. SoBaZzZz says:

    Under the belt, but yet, so true.

  10. SoBaZzZz says:

    Wrong comment, wrong place.

  11. SoBaZzZz says:

    Under the belt, but yet, so true.

  12. 19AVSFANFoLIFE19 says:

    no because there “over the hill veterans” actually produced and did something productively.

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