Stingrays' laid-back Dulle keeps his options open
HULL Stingrays captain Kurtis Dulle says he is keeping his options open for next season.
The 33-year-old Canadian is nearing the end of his third campaign in the club's colours.
Stingrays are currently facing an uphill battle to qualify for the Elite League play-offs, sitting five points off the final spot.
And Dulle says he is concentrating his energies purely on the Rapid Solicitors Stingrays' final eight league games – starting this weekend in Braehead on Saturday and at home to Fife in Hull on Sunday.
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He said: "I take things day by day.
"I wake up and whatever the day brings it brings me and then I judge the next day. I've got no plans to be here or there.
"When the season ends I'll have a few beers and wake up and say now what and go from there.
"I'll talk to people here and back home and see where life will take me. It's the fun part of life."
One option Dulle seems unlikely to pursue is a return to Australia to play ice hockey.
The defenceman spent the summer months of 2011 Down Under, before initially returning home to Canada.
But Dulle says a repeat is not on the cards for now, as he can't get the "right visa" to allow him to work and tour.
"I'd have to get a three-month travel visa where I wouldn't be allowed to work a lot with it," said Dulle.
"I don't know whether I can afford to go on that basis.
"I'd like to go back one day as there was a lot I didn't see or do. I think I took a lot of things for granted."