New Jersey invited Scott Gomez to try the camp

Newark. Skilled American hockey striker Scott Gomez could continue his career at the New Jersey Devils club, where he started his career in the NHL overseas 15 years ago.

The club’s management has invited a 34-year-old test center to a pre-season training camp where he will have the chance to win the first team. He worked hard

“You know he still has hockey what to offer, he worked hard during the summer, so we invited him to camp, we do not favor him but we know very well what is hidden in him,” he said General manager Devils Lou Lamoriello for Wednesday’s Star-Ledger.

The former US ambassador, who won the Stanley Cup twice with New Jersey, played the season in the colors of Florida.Panthers got a chance in 46 games to score 12 points for two goals and ten assists.

“When I saw LeBron James return home, it inspired me to do the same, welcoming is a little different, but…I’m still young, there were several places I could But I wanted to go here, “said Gomez, who scored 70 points (19 + 51) in the NHL 1999/2000 Premier League season and won the prestigious Calder trophy for the best novice. He earned up to 84 points in the 2005/2006 season, but his productivity gradually declined and began to change clubs – through NY Rangers, Montreal and San Jose to Florida.Krejci wants Boston The leadership of the ice hockey club NHL Boston Bruins is interested in keeping the Czech striker David Krejci between the bears and the general manager of the team Peter Chiarelli has already begun to negotiate a new treaty.

Twenty-year center played in the NHL for Boston, with 504 matches in the base and another 93 starts in the play-off.

Krejci won the Stanley Cup with Bruins in June 2011, with bronze in the world championships in 2012. The Šternberk native has a $ 5.25 million contract in Boston for the end of the 2014/2015 season , But the club would like to confirm his stay as soon as possible.