"Confidence is key. If you're not confident in your abilities and in what you can do, you're not going to go very far. I'll come into camp confident and try to do my best. It's a big change and I'm looking forward to it. My parents did a good job raising me and I've been away from home for the past four years. I think that'll help a lot. I think I'm ready to start this new chapter in my life."
I'm a big fan of stories of NHL'ers giving back to the communities and doing "good" with their celebrity status, Jean- Sebastien Giguere lends a hand to Habitat for Humanity.
NHL goalie Jean-Sebastien Giguere had a homecoming of sorts on Wednesday, as he returned to Halifax to help out with a Habitat for Humanity build with his wife Kristen.
Vokoun - coming off the final season of a four-year deal which paid $6.3M in salary during the 2010-11 campaign - was widely considered as the best netminder to enter free agency this summer, once the Flyers locked up Ilya Bryzgalov.
Duncan Siemens has drive and a competitive edge, accidentally injuring another player during a scrimmage.
Duncan Siemens never intended to hurt Brett Connolly when the two players skated into the left wing corner during the third period of a scrimmage on Thursday at the Canadian National Junior Team development camp.