The Detroit Red Wings are reportedly ready to give goaltender Dan Cloutier another shot as the veteran netminder received an invitation to Red Wings' training camp on a tryout basis.
Michigan based web site Mlive.com is reporting that the 33-year old Cloutier, who was out of hockey last season, contacted the club to inquire about a tryout. He has not appeared in the NHL since the 2007-08 season where he appeared in nine games for the Los Angeles Kings.
The Mont-Laurier, Quebec native has a lifetime record of 139-142-33 with a 2.77 goals against average and an .899 save percentage in 351 career NHL games. He was the New York Rangers first round draft pick, 26th overall, in the 1994 NHL entry draft.