The 44-year-old likely Hall of Famer has reportedly been working out near his home in the Dallas suburbs and hopes to play next season. His agent, Ron Salcer, confirmed that Belfour asked him to contact clubs to determine their potential interest, according to an article at ESPN.com.
In his 17 years in the NHL, "The Eagle" played 963 regular-season games with the Hawks, Sharks, Stars, Maple Leafs and Florida Panthers. His 484 victories is third all-time.
Belfour was in net for the Dallas Stars 1999 Stanley Cup victory.