“It’s obviously frustrating, not playing the way you can, and not performing,” Wolski said. “It’s been a disappointing year, but I’m happy that I have been able to come up a couple of times – shootouts, and here and there during games. Yesterday was an example of it. I hope it continues, and I hope that I’m given the opportunity to perform.”
Wolski to the Daily News
This is his chance. He clicked with Derek Stepan and Vinny Prospal on Monday and the Rangers need a guy with his level of talent to step up over the last two games and the playoffs.
If Wolski is moving his legs and getting involved, he will get ice time. John Tortorella rewards the players who work, and Wolski needs to be one of them.