I find it encouraging that he's seeking out the bigger challenge.
I'd rather he actually get selected and play than attempt something that may be just beyond him yet. Good for him for wanting to play for the best but that does no good if he doesn't even get an invite.
I think he has decided and didn't think it would get out so soon (US Hockey would've been pissed) so he says no comment. It's not like before when he said he hadn't decided, this time it's no comment then he repeats what he's been always saying.
I read that the Stars have parted ways with Sergei Korostin. What's his story? (Sorry I used the search function and it claims that no one has ever used the word Korostin on HF)
Couldn't hack it over here, got scratched in the AHL playoffs IIRC, took his talents to the VHL (second tier Russia, as correctly noted already)...I asked my source inside the Stars about Korostin and while I don't have a quote handy it went something like this...
Me: ...Sergei Korostin?
Source: Probably not coming back.
His playoffs went excellently. If he was 6-foot-2, he'd probably be a top-3 prospect in the organization...I'm a big Labrie fan, it's a shame that only genetics are holding him back because he has a lot to offer on the ice...