True, but you never know.
He was thought playing the basic weaker way of hockey.
The WHL was a good experiance for him, and his english.
Now he saw where he is, and after finding out to being a prospect for the Wild, just motivated him more. Going to Czech to play and slowly get his "North American Hockey" Groove.
Just like Mariusz Czerkawski, back when the Bruins drafted, he wasn't any much of a pro. He knew that, and so he went to Sweden to sharpen his skills for the NHL level. Even with that, he still wasn't complety good at the NHL level. That changed as he played more.
Kolusz instead of going to another good euro country league to play, picked to go to WHL and see how the NA hockey plays there. During the season he had his doubts on if he should stay, but his team mates incouraged him to stay. So he made a plan, play till the season ended. Get picked as a prospect, and from that go to europe to fix his flaws. Thanks to the WHL, he saw his flaws and saw where he went wrong and know he can fix it. Sure the Czechs are over his level of play, but he can handle them unlike the WHL.
Kolusz wants to make it, and his is following his plan throughout.
Even if he gets accepted and is required to play for the Wild the next game, he will surely deny as he will decide if he is ready or not. Seeing as he knows the layer of competion there.