Now what?

In a mere 28 hours, Mats Sundin becomes a free agent.

To play or not to play? That is the question.

And the Swedish Hamlet is in no hurry to answer, which leaves the Canadiens dangling and confronting their own question:

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Tick, tick, tick… Sundin still in no hurry

According to TSN, Mats Sundin might not be ready to declare his intentions re: his playing future, if any, by Tuesday's start of free

Market watch

RDS reports Ryan Malone will sign with Tampa Bay, which obtained his rights from Pittsburgh on Friday..

Seven years. $31.5 million. That's $4.5 million per but is probably front-loaded

Plan B … for Brian

Rolston, not Campbell.

If the Canadiens end up blue-balled and spurned in their wooing of Mats Sundin, signing Brian Rolston would be a great consolation prize.

Rolston was in the

Cutting it thin

With less than 72 hours until they become unrestricted free agents, Pittsburgh has traded Ryan Malone and Gary Roberts to Tampa Bay in exchange for a draft choice

Flyers raise the bar for Habs’ Kostitsyn

The Gazette's Pat Hickey writes that the Philadelphia Flyers might have just raised the asking price of Canadiens' Andrei Kostitsyn after the Flyers re-signed Jeff Carter to a

Streit to test free agency?

According to RDS, it looks like utility man Mark Streit will be able to offer his services to the NHL's 29 other teams next Tuesday.

The all-sports

Market watch

  Calgary has locked up four potential UFAs: Daymond Langkow, former Canadien Craig Conroy, Eric Nystrom and goaltender Curtis McElhinney.

The big prize is Langkow. A first-round (5th overall) draft

Big day for AK46?

Agent Don Meehan told Marc de Foy of the Journal du Montréal he's in "active" negotiations and has four or five meetings with the Canadiens to discuss a

Sundin: status is quo

Bob Gainey phoned Cliff Fletcher today to talk about the Canadiens' negotiations with Mats Sundin:

The Leafs gm is up to speed: 0 kph

Hamlet was the