You can hardly blame Karl Alzner for wanting to cash in July 1. Not that he’s hard up for money or anything, but the last contract Alzner signed in Washington was a club-friendly deal that paid him $11.2 million over four years. That’s a cap hit of just $2.8 million for a guy that plays top-four minutes against tough competition. Now an unrestricted free agent, Alzner’s got the opportunity to make much more on the open market. He wants some security, too.
Alzner wants long-term deal, says he’s interested in Habs
Pro Hockey Talk | Jun 27