He needs to play in a franchise with zero media or pressure. He has talent but doesn't play well when he sits for any length of time -- so he needs to be the number 1. Not sure many teams would be too excited to give him the number 1 position -- he's too fragile. That said the kid could still surprise and become a very good NHL goalie. But not likely that he will unless he goes into the perfect spot and the starter gets hurt.
He'll get a job on another team as a backup, for sure.
Toronto and Dallas were "finalists" for both Gustavsson and Rynnas, with Toronto winning out both times. Can't help but feel the Stars dodged a bullet here, opting instead for Kari Lehtonen over Gustavsson.
Time will tell for Rynnas.
If you're telekinetic and you know it, clap my hands!
I was thinking a team like New Jersey would want him. They play good defense, not as much pressure, Gustavsson won't ask for much, especially if given n'1 role. Could be a winning scenario for both the team and player.
He many not be signed right away next year but I do think that he will play in the NHL at some point next season. Either a team will sign him to a small one year deal, say for about 1m, or he will go unsigned at first but then a team will have goalie troubles/injuries and they will sign him.