It was a season to forget for the Ottawa Senators. The club capped a lacklustre campaign facing questions about the future on "locker clean out day."
Head Coach Guy Boucher acknowledged a coaching change tops the list of rumoured possible changes, but with a year left on his contract, he's not thinking about that.
"Right now I want to finish this year and finish it well, because the beginning of next year starts now, really," said Boucher.
Someone else with a year to go on his contract with the team is Captain Erik Karlsson, who was asked if he thinks he has played his last game as a Senator.
"There's always a possibility that's going to be the case, unfortunately," said Karlsson. "It's not what I hope for it's not something that I'm planning on happening, but yeah, there is."
A busy week is on tap for the organization, as General Manager Pierre Dorion will give a season exit interview and will be joined by team owner Eurgene Melnyk for town hall meetings with season-ticket holders.
Those town halls get under way Tuesday evening.