Shero on Penguins Opening Camp
The Pittsburgh Penguins opened training camp today and it's exciting times with the regular season just six days away. "It's Great for the players, great for the fans, great for the people that work around the rink and at the rink affected by lockout," GM Ray Shero said on camp opening up. "Great day for hockey."
The Penguins have had months to look back on what went wrong in the playoffs and for Shero and the Penguins, it's time to move on and get back to business. "I just don't think we played the way we're capable of playing," Shero said when asked about what disappointed him the most about the Flyers series. "Disappointing thing, pretty bitter at end of year, but from my standpoint and team's standpoint, it's over and have to move on."
For Shero he has less than a week to finalize his roster with no preseason games and the pressing question will be how the blueline shakes out. The first training camp session gave some light on how it might play out.