By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Brian Gionta, who last played with the Buffalo Sabres, said he has received contract offers from teams. However, the NHL veteran is not sure if he wants to play again.
This summer, he began like he was going to play again. But he’s 38-years-old and the likelihood is that he’s nearing the end of his career and may likely retire.
He has spent his past three seasons with the Sabres. In 230 games with Buffalo, he has 40 goals, 63 assists and 103 points.
Besides playing for the Sabres, he also spent seven-years with the New Jersey Devils and five-years with the Montreal Canadiens. With the Canadiens, he appeared in 303 games, where he had 97 goals, 76 assists and 173 points.
During his Devils tenure, he appeared in 473 games. He had 152 goals and 160 assists for 312 points.
Gionta has won one Stanley Cup in his career during the 2002-03 season. He was 24-years-old then and had 12 goals and 13 assists for 25 points that season.
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