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04-22-2011, 06:10 PM
Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Nova Scotia
Roloson doesn't seem to have any plans to retire:
"If the opportunity is there, I'd love to keep playing," said Roloson. "Physically, I feel great. As long as performance-wise I'm doing what I needed to do to help a team win, then I want to keep doing that. Hopefully I get an opportunity to play again next year."
"If I could, I'd like to play three or four more years," Roloson said. "But it's more what my body says, and my body feels great, no nagging injuries or anything."
Doug Weight has already said he is leaning towards retirement, and with his injuries the past 2 years I think it's definitely time for him to hang them up. Great career though, he's pretty much done it all and has nothing left to prove. His back was very bad this year, he could risk permanent debilitating effects if he tries to come back.
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