“Bryz will train at home in [New Jersey] until the right NHL job comes around,” his agent Ritch Winter told ESPN.com via email Wednesday night. “He has turned down one NHL offer recently and will wait until the right opportunity presents itself. There is no rush. He is in great shape and ready to go when the right opportunity arises.”
Bryzgalov had agreed to join the Wranglers just for camp so he could train, and the team announced Wednesday they had released Bryzgalov from his tryout. The Wranglers open their ECHL regular season Saturday.
His tryout was merely an agreement that he could attend camp, so it’s not like he was actually cut by an ECHL team. Plus, they probably want him to stick around, since he was spending Mr. Snider’s money like it wasn’t no thang:
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