It’s likely he will clear waivers because he has a year left on his contract with a $2.5-million cap hit. Acquired from Montreal for defenseman
Bourque said he has no idea what his immediate future holds. "I just found out right before I went on the ice," he said Sunday. "It is what it is. It's not fun. It's been a tough year but it's out of my hands.
"Whatever happens, happens. I'd like to stay here but obviously there's a numbers issue right now. When you're in my situation, not playing lots, any time you get a roster player it's tough. They're not going to bring him in here to sit, so the writing's on the wall."
Bourque said it was difficult to be consistent when he was in and out of the lineup. "It's been a tough year," he said.
Fleischmann's flight to Dallas on Saturday was canceled because of bad weather in the Dallas area. He was expected to arrive at mid-afternoon.
In another personnel move, the Ducks returned center Chris Wagner to Norfolk (Va.) of the
We'll have more from Dallas in a little while.