For those beardless National Hockey League types, this time of the year usually consists of hitting the golf course and settling into summer routines.

Joe Colborne’s off-season, however, has been busy. Very busy.

Exploring South America’s Andes Mountains and hiking around Machu Pichu in Peru? Check.

Lining up all of the final details for his upcoming Canadian Armed Forces Benefit concert? Check.

There’s just one thing left on the table — and Colborne hopes it’ll eventually be sitting on Calgary Flames general manager Brad Treliving’s table.

A new contract.