.....in today's "Daily News" sports section on page 3 (here in LA). I'm still looking for an Internet link. Basically, he says that this up-coming season will be his last chance to make the Kings, in that he's now 27.
Given that fact, I think he'll find the motivation to train hard this summer and actually stick on the 4th or 3rd line. If not, I guess it's the AHL for life.
Dont mean to highjack this thread, but what ever happened to Rosa, did he just never come back after the lockout, or was he jsut not impressive with the Kings?
He was tearing it up in the AHL for a couple years and then the lockout happened and he was jsut gone.
Yeah the change of management might be jsut what Noah needs, Hes always kind of seemed like he had some decent skills and a good enough work ethic t be a solid NHL grinder, hopefully hell get his shot this year.
Last edited by tigermask48: 06-28-2006 at 04:23 PM.