"When that time comes, you have to have that discussion with people that have been there and see what they think and what I could contribute with in different areas," the former longtime Senators captain told the newspaper.
"I really enjoyed coaching [my children], and it was a big learning curve for me as well. You know it's easy when you see things on the ice -- 'Just do this' -- but you have to be able to explain it to 8-year-olds or 12-year-olds in a way they might understand it, and I really enjoy that. It's challenging, and I'm learning a lot from it too. I think I'm helping the kids become better and thinking in a different way than maybe I have with other coaches."