John Davidson has one plan for his future.
"If the phone rings, I'll answer it," Davidson told the Bellevue News-Democrat on Friday, after his parting ways with the St. Louis Blues was officially announced.
The Hall of Fame broadcaster turned successful front-office executive is back on the market after agreeing to a buyout of his contract as Blues president.
The 59-year-old, who reportedly interviewed with the Columbus Blue Jackets after Tom Stillman's purchase of the Blues became official in May, said he has no intention to retire.
"I want a challenge," Davidson told the Columbus Dispatch. "I'm interested in hearing what might be out there. There's lot of energy in this old broken-down body."