Will Daniel Alfredsson’s No. 11 still be raised to the rafters at Canadian Tire Centre or whatever the place is called at the appropriate time?

Of course, right?

“We’ll see,” Senators president/CEO Cyril Leeder said Monday.

“I’m not going to prejudge that now. That’s an announcement that should come at a different point in time.”

How about the front office or management job with the team that was said to be waiting for Alfredsson when he decided to quit playing?

Does the offer owner Eugene Melnyk publicly made remain on the table?

“I think that’s still to be determined,” said Leeder.

“I don’t think that was a foregone conclusion, that Daniel was going to come and work for the organization. I know that had been talked about by a number of people but I think that’s still to be determined in the future.”

Leeder and his staff are in the process of marketing meetings to determine how to go forward without Alfredsson, the “face of the franchise” until he decided to sign a free agent contract with the Detroit Red Wings last week.

“There is another young core coming, headed up by Erik (Karlsson),” said Leeder.

“But Daniel was still a big part of our marketing, and we’re going to have to change that.”

Otherwise, it’s business as usual on Paladium Drive these days.