Alas poor Yorick, Mats Sundin continues to dodge the slings and arrows and blah blah blah.
Hockey's Hamlet (or hockey's Brett Favre, for the less-literarily inclined) still can't make up his mind whether he wants to make $10 million playing for the Canucks, miss the playoffs playing for the Leafs, betray his loyal fans by jumping to the Habs, surprising everyone by signing with one of the three other teams allegedly interested or surprise no one by retiring.
That link is a few days old now, but it's pertinent because Hurricanes general manager Jim Rutherford has said he believes a salary-dumping trade on defense hinges on the trickle-down effect from Sundin's decision.
At this rate, if the Canes really are waiting on Sundin, Peter Karmanos might as well cut a check for the full $50 million. And Frantisek Kaberle, the player most likely to be traded, can go ahead and refinance.