After walking away 15 months ago, Dominik Hasek is back -- for how long is anybody's guess.
Maybe he'd pull the gear out for a charity auction someday. Otherwise, Hasek didn't want to see it ever again. He came here in July 2002, to this bank vault in his Czech hometown, to seal away three decades of hockey life behind cement and steel walls so thick they could withstand a blast from Semtex, the powerful explosive manufactured there.
Hasek was done.
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