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hasek to khl?

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In his prime he was the most ridiculous goalie of the modern era IMO. He still has that fire, but just like Chelios the body just won't cooperate.

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why retire when people want to pay you a bunch of money to do something you love doing...good for dominic.

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It is impossible for Hasek to retire.

He doesn't understand the word... in any language...

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In his prime he was the most ridiculous goalie of the modern era IMO. He still has that fire, but just like Chelios the body just won't cooperate.

It cooperated fine last month. :Dplayoff masterpiece

Dom's team only lost one game in the playoffs. He won 12 straight games with 3 shut outs to lead his team, Pardubice Eaton, to the Czech Championship. See avatar. He was named MVP of the league, top player and top goalie, with ridiculous stats -- in the playoffs and regular season.

He's fine. I wish he was still in the NHL.

Good luck, Dom. Play forever, if you want to. :thumbup:

Edited by puckloo39

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I'm not sure the human body is meant to bend and flex the way Hasek played all these years and now it's an old man body doing those same moves... I predict his groin muscles retire on Dom.

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It cooperated fine last month. :Dplayoff masterpiece

Dom's team only lost one game in the playoffs. He won 12 straight games with 3 shut outs to lead his team, Pardubice Eaton, to the Czech Championship. See avatar. He was named MVP of the league, top player and top goalie, with ridiculous stats -- in the playoffs and regular season.

He's fine. I wish he was still in the NHL.

Good luck, Dom. Play forever, if you want to. :thumbup:

I'd like to see a Hasek/Howard tandem! Howard would have gotten tutoring from both Hasek and Osgood and we could actually throw in a goalie that would win his games when given the chance.... Hasek might even be able to snag the lead role from Howard, who knows?!

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Desire to play: Check.

Team that wants him: Check.

Ability to play: Check.

Am I missing anything? Anyone?

Nope?

Have at it, Dom.

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Desire to play: Check.

Team that wants him: Check.

Ability to play: Check.

Am I missing anything? Anyone?

Nope?

Have at it, Dom.

Exactly, he's not an NHL'er by any stretch of the imagination anymore, but if they want him and he wants to play, why not...

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Pretty crazy that he wants to/thinks he can still play at that high of a level. More power to him.

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It cooperated fine last month. :Dplayoff masterpiece

Dom's team only lost one game in the playoffs. He won 12 straight games with 3 shut outs to lead his team, Pardubice Eaton, to the Czech Championship. See avatar. He was named MVP of the league, top player and top goalie, with ridiculous stats -- in the playoffs and regular season.

He's fine. I wish he was still in the NHL.

Good luck, Dom. Play forever, if you want to. :thumbup:

I concur! Amazing avatar! Dom is my favourite player of all time only 2nd to Steve

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He'll never go into the HOF, since he'll never retire.

He's the Ric Flair of hockey at this point.

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He'll never go into the HOF, since he'll never retire.

:lol:

Is it a rule that you have to retire from hockey entirely, or just the NHL? He said when he left Detroit in 2008: " I am done with the NHL, but not done with the business of hockey."

Apparently, he meant it. :cool:

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Exactly, he's not an NHL'er by any stretch of the imagination anymore, but if they want him and he wants to play, why not...

If Huet can get a job, anyone can get a job.

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why retire when people want to pay you a bunch of money to do something you love doing...good for dominic.

Yep. If he still thinks he can play at a competitive level and remain physically healthy, why stop anytime soon doing what he enjoys doing for a living/life and has got the support of family (I am assuming)?

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Wanted to add this highlight video of Hasek's MVP championship run this year for the Dom fans who may not have seen it:

:clap: :rockstar:

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Awesome. Dominik Hasek is the greatest player in goal, ever - NHL, Europe, Olympics, pick one venue or all of them.

Eternally young, forever a champion. He looks no different in these clips than he did in Buffalo in the 1990's.

I am proud to say I am his most loyal fan, through thick and thin. I am grateful for the joy his play has brought to me and still does. Play forever, please, Dom? :wub:

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