Here’s a handful of guys that decided to take their games to Europe.
Kings’ Martinez off to Finland Alec Martinez signed a deal with Turku of the SM-liiga in Finland.
Jeffrey is first NHL player in The Netherlands Bet you didn’t know there was a pro hockey league in Holland, did you?
There is and Penguins forward Dustin Jeffrey is headed there to play for Tilburg in the Dutch Eredivisie.
“To be able to play with those types of players gives you a better opportunity every night to win, to play well and to be consistent,” Wolski said.
“As a forward, I’m supposed to put myself in position where I’m playing among the top-six guys. I have to be creative and I want as much ice time as possible.” It’s hard to believe that Wolski sports ideal NHL size because of it frequently goes to waste because of his passive style.
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w=214" data-large-file="https://nbcprohockeytalk.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/x3501.jpg? w=275" / Signings overseas aren’t exactly flying down the pipe these days and the names headed over aren’t always marquee guys.
Last year's Stanley Cup finalists will face their second straight Game 7 and third in their last four playoff series.
New York Rangers forward Wojtek Wolski looks primed to face a fascinating fork in the road in the 2011-12 season.
The Penguins’ depth forward has shown flashes of brilliance as a fourth liner in the NHL but has yet to fully establish himself.