The defender of the Chicago black hawks Brent Seabrook hopes that he will be able to engage with the action if the season 2019-2020 of the national hockey League (NHL) took over this summer.
The back of 35 years, has seen its campaign come to an end on the 27th of December last, when he had surgery on a shoulder. Since then, the veteran has undergone two separate operations to the hips, in January and February.
“I feel very good, he said during an interview with the NBC network Sports. Things are going in the right direction.”
The pause in the activities of the NHL caused by the pandemic coronavirus could even give him the same hope to change the shoes on the skates, no matter what kind of skates.
“I still hope to be able to jump on the ice – or put on my inline skates with the new reality in which we live and the arenas that are not open, has ironisé Seabrook. I think I made good progress, and I just look forward to coming back in the game with the team and be able to skate, as it certainly is the case for everyone.”
In 32 games this season, the owner of the three rings of the Stanley cup, has amassed three goals and one assist for four points. In 2019-2020, Seabrook competes for the fourth season of a contract of eight years and earns 6,875 million $ annually.