Voros Made Some Mistakes This Summer

vorosPaul Doyle at Whale Tales reports that Aaron Voros says he made a few poor decisions this summer, passing on opportunities that eventually vanished and was left unemployed when training camps began.

Voros then called Glen Sather and asked if…

“he minded if I go down to Hartford and play and see if I can help them out down there and see if I can get these wheels turning again.”

Here’s Whale coach Ken Gernander on Voros (via CTWhale.com)…

“He should bring quite a bit,” Whale coach Ken Gernander said of Voros. “He’s got a bit of grit to his game, he’s got some size (6 feet 4, 210 pounds) and is obviously a capable player having played at the NHL level and having some veteran experience. There’s quite a package there, but he had just been waiting as a free agent and skating kind of on his own, so there’s a difference between conditioning and game shape. We’ll just kind of monitor him over the next couple of days and see how he responds to a good hard day of work and when we can get him in.”

Meanwhile Mitch Beck at The Howlings wonders if the Voros try-out has anything to do with Mike Rupp’s recovery possibly keeping him out longer than originally expected.

…as I’ve mentioned I love that Voros is here, but you do have wonder why. Unless Deveaux’s game goes completely into the toilet there really is no spot for him on the Rangers roster and what would be the point of some of the younger players with the Whale losing ice time for Voros?

…i tell you what though, I will always love the Playstation line of Voros-Dubinsky-Zherdev.

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Voros Made Some Mistakes This Summer

vorosPaul Doyle at Whale Tales reports that Aaron Voros says he made a few poor decisions this summer, passing on opportunities that eventually vanished and was left unemployed when training camps began.

Voros then called Glen Sather and asked if…

“he minded if I go down to Hartford and play and see if I can help them out down there and see if I can get these wheels turning again.”

Here’s Whale coach Ken Gernander on Voros (via CTWhale.com)…

“He should bring quite a bit,” Whale coach Ken Gernander said of Voros. “He’s got a bit of grit to his game, he’s got some size (6 feet 4, 210 pounds) and is obviously a capable player having played at the NHL level and having some veteran experience. There’s quite a package there, but he had just been waiting as a free agent and skating kind of on his own, so there’s a difference between conditioning and game shape. We’ll just kind of monitor him over the next couple of days and see how he responds to a good hard day of work and when we can get him in.”

Meanwhile Mitch Beck at The Howlings wonders if the Voros try-out has anything to do with Mike Rupp’s recovery possibly keeping him out longer than originally expected.

…as I’ve mentioned I love that Voros is here, but you do have wonder why. Unless Deveaux’s game goes completely into the toilet there really is no spot for him on the Rangers roster and what would be the point of some of the younger players with the Whale losing ice time for Voros?

…i tell you what though, I will always love the Playstation line of Voros-Dubinsky-Zherdev.

Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com.

Kevin

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If you have any questions e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com.

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