Werek put himself in the NYR doghouse between not following training plan and not communicating about his injury. He pushed himself out—
Jess Rubenstein (@TheProspectpark) May 08, 2011
There was always something that seemed a little off, to me, about Werek and where he stood with the organization. Jess was the only one who ever seemed to talk about him and while you would expect the team to sign a guy they drafted in the second round only two years ago, they clearly weren’t impressed with what they saw and felt like it was the right move to get something for him rather than let him walk.
I always support drafting or taking players who are from Europe and are playing against Men at a young age. Oscar Lindberg may not become an NHL player, but the Rangers can let him develop in Europe and bring him over when he is ready to make an impact.